Karla Mckay TV Stand September 13th, 2018 - 23:54:03
Universal TV stand and they work for 32 inch TV up to 60-inch flat screen TVs, I'll leave a link in the video description below right here at 47. Inch Samsung TV is a TV 6 that was donated to me. Alright, next we're going to put on the brackets. This part goes on top and this part is on the bottom of the TV and the spring will lock it into the mount. So we want to locate the mounting holes on your back side of your TV.
So you want to put it all right here on the bottom hole and then on the bottom of the bracket. We have a line it up right there. You want to do the same thing right here when I line it up just like that and make sure you have it exposed the hole right down the bottom of the bracket and don't worry, it won't show as you can see, and it will be like pretty Much close to the top of the TV, but you won't see it if you're watching the TV. If you have your Universal screws, so you're going to make sure it matches your TV, you may have to go through quite a bit to find the right size screw.
That fits on the brackets, for my TV, I'm going to need these screws right here and the washers. I may not want to put this washer on right here and then screw in make sure you screw it's not long because it can damage the inside of the TV. So this should be just fine. You short ones that in pushing it forward right now by the way, and you want to make sure you put the three screws in from the bottom through the plate through the base and there's a space right here and the neck. And there's a cap that goes on top right here on the net.
The bottom is three holes and then the top has one hole so make sure you put the three holes on the bottom with the holes facing toward the back of the TV stand. That's where you're going to run all your cabling, let's go ahead and get the foot and we're going to match it up right here as well. We want to take this bag and it has the Allen key with it and we're going to connect the neck to the base. We're going to take this plate right here and line it up with the three holes under the bottom of this glass plate. Just like that just goes on pretty snug, and then you want to place it under right here.
So we're going to take my flat screws right here, you're going to use the Allen key, don't put it on too tight. Yet if you want to make sure everything lines up perfectly, I'm going to put your hand down right here, so it doesn't flip over down. Don't over tighten it just make sure it's snug and this cap right here goes on just like this, and then you want to make sure the screw is a little bit loose. You don't tighten it too much. You won't be able to put this turret on, and that goes on right here and then you want to crank it down a little bit. There you go and now it doesn't come off.
So it's swivel and it has cable management. Really nice now go ahead and put this on and put it on the bottom hook right there. It should click on there. You go as you can see it snaps right in so you don't have to worry about the TV phone lock, the mount. It's actually locked in anytime, you want to remove it, you have to pull down and then you could remove it from the mount.