Articulating Wall Mount for 10" to 37" Flat Panel TVs

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This flat-panel TV wall mount for 10" to 37" LCD and LED TVs allows you to mount your flat-panel television to the wall, saving you space. Instruction manual and mounting screws are included with this flat-screen TV mount.

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This flat-panel TV wall mount for 10" to 37" LCD and LED TVs allows you to mount your flat-panel television to the wall, saving you space. Instruction manual and mounting screws are included with this flat-screen TV mount.

Articulating Wall Mount for 10" to 37" Flat-Panel TVs:

  • Fits 10" to 37" flat-panel TVs
  • Solid, heavy-gauge steel construction with durable coated finish
  • Articulates out from wall 2.76" minimum, 9.75" maximum
  • Flat-panel TV wall mount supports up to 66 lbs.
  • Swiveling TV mount can swivel left and right up to 180 degrees
  • Tilts up 5 degrees and down by as much as 15 degrees
  • VESA Mounting Standard holes: 75mm x 75mm, 100mm x 100mm, 100mm x 200mm, 200mm x 200mm
  • Color: Black
  • Instruction manual and mounting screws are included with this flat-panel TV wall mount Click here for Instruction Booklet.
  • UL Approved
  • Specifications

    Length: 9.75"
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 63607061
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 6.4
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.87 x 16.54 x 10.24
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
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    by an anonymous customer 8/1/2012
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    • A. I would probably purchase anchor bolts for concrete block application, you can find at any local hardware stores.
      by 78520DIY10/17/2012
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    • A. Yup. Will work. You will have to provide your own hardware for mounting. Concrete expansion sleeves should do the trick and be very cheap at Home Depot!
      by RichardSoCal10/4/2012
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    • A. When mounting in concrete walls I use "Tapcons" They are made to hold heavy items to a wall. They are special screws that come with a drill bit. Drill the hole deep as screw is long, blow out the dust from hole or use drill bit. Hand tighten screw(might need a washer too) and you're done. Can be purchased at any hardware store.
      by AllSaturdays9/29/2012
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    • A. I had the same concerns because my patio (now closed in) has that existing bricked wall. Here is what I did. Except, my wall has regular bricks and mortar instead of concrete blocks. I measured the screw holes and drilled a slightly smaller pilot hole. Next, I used plastic wall anchors and inserted one for each hole. Luckily, I was able to drill into the mortar and did not have to drill into the actual bricks. However, if it is concrete blocks, you should still be able to drill holes and attach the wall mount. Of course, you would need a drill bit that will allow you to drill into concrete block. Hope that helps.
      by poppasd529/10/2012
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    • A. Plastic anchors that came with unit will work. Not sure about rust issue however.
      by Techochallenged9/3/2012
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    • A. You will use toggle bolts for that installation.
      by Relayman8/14/2012
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    • A. The mount will work there but you will have to use concrete anchors with the appropriate weight for the mount and TV
      by jmend8/9/2012
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    • A. Shouldn't be a problem provided you get the proper type of anchors. You need ones that are designed for concrete block installation. They're usually made of lead. Take the hex head mounting bolts that come with the product with you when you buy the anchors so you're sure you get the right size. You'll also want the correct size masonry drill bit to drill the holes for the anchors. I wouldn't be concerned unless you are mounting a very large and heavy flat screen.
      by Lodifred8/5/2012
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    • A. Use a concrete drill to make the hole and use an equivalent anchor as if you were putting it in an inside wall.
      by BostonCowboy18/4/2012
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    • A. There should be studs that the drywall is attached to. If so, anchor to them. If not, buy some concrete drop in anchors and mount it to the block
      by customergs4308/4/2012
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    by ergoijergof 3/30/2012
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    • A. Woks well on my 32" Vizio.
      by TerryVT9/18/2012
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    • A. Yes, this will work for that tv very well.
      by Relayman8/14/2012
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    • A. This is a small mount. look at the weight of your TV and see if it fits in the category. The mount will handle up to 66lbs but you have to insure that your ancoring to the wall is solid either into a stud or with anchors that will handle the load.
      by jmend8/8/2012
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    • A. Yes! I am using Vizio 37 inch
      by strictlybusiness210/14/2012
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    • A. if your connections qare on the side then this should work no problem
      by ldue25417/15/2012
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    • A. The mount has multiple bolt patterns and flat panel televisions have standard bolt patterns built into them spaced accordingly to the size of the television...it will work on your Vizio, I have the same TV.
      by butchtc4/9/2012
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    • A. Yes. All the correct hardware is included.
      by Ricky0114/9/2012
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    • A. back plate loaded with holes, will probably work
      by frankie834/3/2012
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    • A. Yes I bought it for the same model, works great
      by darrol556/26/2012
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    • A. Probably, it fit my Vizio 32" LCD. Not sure exact model number. This means Vizio and the mount follow industry design standards.
      by TBat554/2/2012
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    by spookie1 8/3/2012
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    • A. Any hardware store will have a wrench for it.
      by Navarreh11/11/2012
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    • A. I'd just go pick up a set from Lowe's or Home Depot. You never know when you need a quality set.
      by LittleMan1110/27/2012
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    • A. yes at any local hardware store...
      by 78520DIY10/17/2012
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    • A. Should be able to get anywhere that sells tools. May be metric. Take bolt with you.
      by TANKERDRIVER10/11/2012
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    • A. Wal Mart has a whole bunch of Allen Keys in both metric and sae on a ring (something like 6 sizes for about a $1.00 for the six of them). They are in the hardware section.
      by jms196410/11/2012
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    • A. you should be able to use a standard allen key set and one of the keys should fit.
      by poppasd5210/11/2012
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    • A. allen wrenches are available anyplace that sells tools
      by rmpinaz10/11/2012
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    • A. It's either metric (mm) or standard inches (SAE), easy to come by.
      by chrisinmerrittisland10/11/2012
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    • A. Yes...at any hardware store
      by Relayman8/14/2012
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    • A. Yes there availabe at most all auto parts stores.Just remember its a metric allen wrench.
      by rabidwolf8/14/2012
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