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Monoprice Pull Down Articulating TV Wall Mount (TVs 40-63", up to 70.5lbs) EXPIRED

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Monoprice has Monoprice Above Fireplace Pull Down Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket (For 40" - 63" TVs up to 70.5lbs) for $84.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Kenshin24
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This is rated for TVs from 40" to 63" that weigh up to 70.5lbs. Refer to the forum thread for additional deal ideas and discussion.

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I bought and recently installed this TV mount over my fireplace and am very happy with it.

This prices matches price from previous FP deal.

Monoprice [monoprice.com] Above Fireplace Pull-Down Full-Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 40in to 63in, Max Weight 70.5lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 600x400, Rotating , Height Adjustable

http://www.monoprice.com/product?...1&format=2


For smaller and lighter TVs:
Monoprice Above Fireplace Pull-Down Full-Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 32in to 50in, Max Weight 60lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 400x400, Rotating , Height Adjustable [monoprice.com] $69.99 + free shipping

For larger and heavier TVs:
Monoprice Above Fireplace Pull-Down Full-Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket For TVs 55in to 100in, Max Weight 154lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x600, Rotating, Height Adjustable [monoprice.com] $99.99 + free shipping
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I actually answered the question, you windowlicker.
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how do they screw you on a TV mount? do you have VESA hole on your back?
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He needs to know the exact type of mounting hardware, aisle location at his local Home Depot and final sales price including tax.laugh out loud
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@kenshin24 thanks for the post, I've been looking at these for a while. Does your wall mount swivel 30-degrees either left or right, a total of 60-degrees?
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I will NEVER buy ANYTHING from Mono price. They screwed me on a TV mount and refused to refund or exchange the faulty product.
how do they screw you on a TV mount? do you have VESA hole on your back?
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This is a well built mount. I paid full price for it a few years ago and used it to mount on a fireplace outside. This is key for those that mount above a high mantle.
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@kenshin24 thanks for the post, I've been looking at these for a while. Does your wall mount swivel 30-degrees either left or right, a total of 60-degrees?
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So I don't swivel my TV because it's centrally located. From the specs on the website, it looks like it can swivel 20 degrees left or right, but not 30.

Hope this helps.
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Has anybody installed this on a brick fireplace? Would like to know if that's possible. Thanks.
Of course it's possible with the correct masonry bolts. Is your fireplace truly all-brick or is it just a facade? If it's a facade, you'd need to drill thru the brick and hopefully find studs.


Edit: Wait, what's your cabling situation? Sounds horrid.
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I will NEVER buy ANYTHING from Mono price. They screwed me on a TV mount and refused to refund or exchange the faulty product.
Sound like a typical shitty customer Tbh.

I've probably placed 300+ orders with Monoproce and virtually zero issues worth mentioning. I've had several late deliveries, but likely not their fault. Had 2 items damaged in transit, they replaced immediately without issue. Been shipped the wrong product once, fixed immediately.
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Ugh, anyone have any experience with these as far as how rigid it is on size? I currently have a 55" OLED above my fireplace, but whatever replaces it in the future will almost certainly be 65", which is about the maximum that will fit there.

One mount says it goes up to 63, the next for 63 and up. Any chance one will work for both my current and hypothetical future TV as well?
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Ugh, anyone have any experience with these as far as how rigid it is on size? I currently have a 55" OLED above my fireplace, but whatever replaces it in the future will almost certainly be 65", which is about the maximum that will fit there.

One mount says it goes up to 63, the next for 63 and up. Any chance one will work for both my current and hypothetical future TV as well?
OP listed the mount for bigger sizes. I just ordered it. My research on Amazon determined that the cheapest mount like this I'd be ok with would be $140, so this is a SD for me.
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Thanks. Been waiting for a deal!!
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GDI, I clearly can't read. I misread the 55 to 100 as 65 to 100. Thanks for pointing it out, or I honestly may not have realized it.
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