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Lower Compartment TV Mount

Bob Jones

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I finally got around to installing a flip down TV mount in my lower compartment. Prior to that the TV was sitting on one of the blue plastic boxes meaning every time I had to get into that box I had to move the TV. 

It worked out really well and was cheap & easy. About $50 CAD for the mount. It's a great little TV so I did not want to get rid of it even though I don't use if often. When it's down it can be turned 45 degrees in either direction which is handy if the sun is on it. 

This is one I used VIVO Manual Flip Down Ceiling Mount for 13 to 27 inch Flat Screens, Folding Tilt Pitched Roof and Under Cabinet Mounting for LCD TV and Monitors, MOUNT-M-FD27



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10 minutes ago, Bob Jones said:

I put a link to it with description in the post above.

Great!!! Thank you

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We did this. August, 2006. Optimum usage of the complete basement compartment. One of the many advantages of not having a curbside front slide. Complete utilization of patio area and access to basement compartments.

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