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Old 11-17-2016, 05:34 PM   #1
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270BH outside TV mount

Purchased a tv today but when the coaxial and power cord are attached to the back the TV won't slide down on the mount because they stick out to far

What have u guys done to hang ur TV???

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Old 11-18-2016, 08:35 AM   #2
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https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_s...=17R0FJIUCX2RC

This may help with the coax.
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To give even more clearance I used some thick rubber hose between the mounting plate and the back of the TV. My 90 coax and hdmi adapters still wouldn't fit without the spacers.
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Old 11-18-2016, 10:35 AM   #4
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To give even more clearance I used some thick rubber hose between the mounting plate and the back of the TV. My 90 coax and hdmi adapters still wouldn't fit without the spacers.
That's a great idea �� I don't suppose u would know what weight of a TV that bracket on the wall of the RV can hold do you?
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I don't know, but I think that question has been asked in other threads. Our TV is a 24 inch. That's the biggest that will fit in our bedroom without sticking out past the wall. I think it could probably hold a little bigger TV if we tried.
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That's a great idea �� I don't suppose u would know what weight of a TV that bracket on the wall of the RV can hold do you?
I believe the bracket can hold 30 pounds.
I extended the bracket and going a low angled extension cord at Home Depot for the power. Using a 32 inch tv.
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I believe the bracket can hold 30 pounds.
I extended the bracket and going a low angled extension cord at Home Depot for the power. Using a 32 inch tv.
I have a call into crossroads they could not answer my question so they are going to supposedly get in touch with the manufacturer and get back to me on Monday. We shall see if that happens. I will post whatever they tell me

The 29inch TV they sell as the option for the outside bracket weighs 10.4lbs

I would be very leery of putting a 30lbs TV in there that is allot of weight but I really have no idea. I do not understand why it is not in the manual though. It should be
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It's been 2 years, but I called Crossroads when my trailer was new sorting through the same issues of how to hang it as you are. They told me 30 pounds then, but things change!
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