Wall Mounting Tricks

The most common practice of mounting an LCD TV on the wall is by hiring the services of a professional. This ensures that the Samsung LCD TV is properly mounted; it will not fall into the ground, and will not leave you crying for an expensive LCD TV shattered into pieces. You can ask the store where you bought the unit if they could also send someone who could do the unit set up. The people from the electronics store are more capable in installing such devices appropriately and efficiently.

But if you are quite knowledgeable about electronics and home technology, then maybe you can do the mounting yourself. It is not that hard to do the installation, but you may need help from another person since the LCD TV itself is big and it might feel heavy when you are to mount it on a high wall.

Having help around will make things easier and safer for you since you have other pairs of hand to help you carry, screw, and install things. Their suggestions and ideas could also improve the look of your wall mounted television.

To begin with, identify the exact part of the wall where you want to place the television. Prepare a stud finder and use it to make sure that the wall mount is set into a stud. This will make your LCD TV securely stable on the wall.

Now that you have located the studs and marked the exact location for mounting, you are now ready to set up the wall mount. Basically, you need to screw the wall mount into the wall in as many screws as possible. More secure points are necessary to lessen the weight on every mounting spot. This ensures that the overall weight of the LCD TV is distributed among the anchors, making your wall mount stable for the TV.

This is mainly the demanding part of the installation. After setting the studs and attaching the wall mount with screws, you ca now position your Samsung LCD TV onto the wall mount. Next, you can start hooking and plugging the television. But of course, since you have a stylish TV mounted fashionably on the wall, the cable lines should not ruin your well-designed installation. Find a way to hide the cable lines. You can drill into your wall and run the wires through them. There are also conduits or cable covers and cases that are available for you to stylishly hide the cable wires. Several home improvement stores have those tools available.