A mounted TV is also much safer. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that TV tip-overs account for 18,900 emergency room visits each year, 66% of which are children nine or younger (see report). A mounted TV eliminates this danger.
- Weight: Your TV should weight less than the weight capacity of the mount.
- Screen Size: Your TV’s screen size should be within the recommended screen size of the mount.
- Mounting Hole Pattern: The mounting hole pattern on the back of your TV needs to match the mounting hole pattern capabilities of the mount.
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When the handle is pulled toward you (against the spring tension, as if the handle is the hand of a clock and you are lifting it off the face of the clock) rotating the handle does not affect the bolt or tilt tension.
To tighten the tilt:
- Pull the ratchet handle up (or towards you, against the spring tension) and rotate the handle counter-clockwise as far as possible.
- Let the spring pull the handle down (away from you, with spring tension) and rotate the handle clockwise as far as possible.
- Repeat steps 1 and 2 until bolt is tight. Mount should then hold desired tilt.
To loosen the tilt, simply reverse the above steps.
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