Organizing a travel trailer with well-equipments is challenging while you need to Import many things inside it in such a way that the resultant is maximum comfort, stable decoration and luxury. If you have mount an LCD TV to fit in your travel trailer, then it is necessary that you are following proper directions to mount it. It’s far better to mount the television on the wall than using the television stand on the floor because you will use less floor space and have a more stable configuration.
Things you’ll need to mount an LCD TV in a travel trailer
Mounting television bracket
4 toggle screws
Find a place on the wall out of direct sunlight to mount the TV. Make sure it’s not on an exterior wall because it may cause some safety issues with the LCD. The place should be on eye level.
Lift the mounting bracket on the wall according to your eye level and point the locations to place the screws with a pencil. Before accepting the points drawn on the wall, check that it’s on eye level.
Make four holes on the wall with the drill machine on the pointed locations; try to be as steady as possible with the drill machine while drilling. Remember, this is the place for the mounting bracket. The TV will be placed on this level.
Place every toggle in each of the four holes and press them inside with the hammer, unless it is being flushed with the wall. Check that they fit tight with the wall otherwise press them again.
Place the bracket on the wall. Align the holes according to the toggles inserted into the wall previously. Screw each hole tight to have a stable support for the bracket. Check that the support is secure enough and possess no risk of the TV losing balance.
Hang the LCD TV into the bracket and verify that the bracket gives it full support and the television itself cannot shift.
To have a good look, you may want to hide the TV power cable inside the wall. Check that the cables are rated as safe in-wall use, if it’s not, then hiding it into the wall may cause a safety hazard. If your cables are alike, then hire a licensed electrician to have this done. If an electrician is not available, then you may consider a tiny wire raceway outside the wall.
Tips and warnings to help with mounting an LCD TV in a travel trailer
1. It’s highly recommended to use another helping hand to finish this task.
2. Check with extreme care the bracket has a strong support for the LCD.
3. If you are a person with eye difficulties, then let someone else to do this for you.
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