Know How to Install Wall Mounted TV

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Now that you have bought the new LCD TV, next concern it to install it on the wall. Wall mounting televisions are in great demand nowadays due to the space saving factor that they have. This feature gives them a look of a painting and saves you the trouble of getting a matching trolley too.

Anyone who has spent money of a LCD would not want to hang it there just like that. The way of LCD TV Install has to be professional. Obviously, that can be done by someone who is expert in doing such kind of jobs. However, Plasma TV Installation is not a tough task should you want to try it yourself. This guide will take you through different steps of installation:

• First Things First
Once you are sure about where you would like to hang your LCD TV, get a stud finder. If the TV is not installed at the right place, it will spoil the whole idea of getting a LCD. So, use the stud finder to ensure the wall mount is put into a stud and make sure that the television is safely stable on your wall.

• Anchors Away
Once you find the studs and have marked the mounting location, you are ready to put up the wall mount. The wall mount should be screwed into the wall at many points. If the points are more on the anchor, the weight on each individual mounting spot reduces significantly. Once this is done, more than half of the work of installing LCD TV is done.

• Hide Cables
Okay. So now you have located the studs and anchored the mount on the wall. Now you can hang your LCD and you plug in your television. Next stage is to find a way to hide the lines. Professional HDTV Installers recommend wither drilling them through wall or using some external means to hide it. You can follow same steps for home theatre installation as well. For more details please visit

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