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Three safety tips when putting up your TV using TV wall brackets

December 24, 2009
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Nathan

Fixing your TV with the help of TV wall brackets is a very easy process. You should also be aware that there are a few complications that might arise if you are not careful. Listed below are a few safety tips that are essential when fixing TV wall brackets.

1) Your wall: Do not route your TV’s power cable through the wall.

2) Concealed wiring: Concealed wiring and concealed pipes might be running through the wall that you choose. It is important that you choose a wall that has minimal or no concealed wiring. If you have no other alternative for fixing your TV wall bracket, it is recommended that you look at the blueprints of your home.

3) On ladders: If you are installing a tilting wall bracket at a height, it is recommended that you use a strong ladder. Do not try to mount the television by yourself. Ask somebody to help you while lifting the flat screen TV.

Keep these three important tips in mind for your own safety.

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