It is my own fault that it did not occur to me, but since there is only 1 arm on this mount, it will not sit flush against the wall in a centered position. So here are your only options: 1. Mount bracket centered on wall. When TV is collapsed against wall it will be off-center. When it is extended all the way out, it will be centered, but about 9 inches away from the wall. 2. Mount bracket off-centered on wall. When TV is collapsed against wall, it will be centered. But if you want to extend the TV out so you can rotate it or tilt it, it will be off-center. If you want optimum flexibility in TV positioning, you will need to buy one like this instead: http://www.walmart.com/ip/.com-Articulating-Mount-for-37-to-64-Flat-Panel-TVs/21853464 With that said, for under $20, this offers a lot of flexibility and if you aren't the type that's bothered by asymmetry, it will work fine for you. It doesn't bother me enough to change it.
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