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ﬂ at panel solutions
Fits TVs 26”- 40”
Wall Mount for LCD, Plasma, and
Capacity – 100 lb (45 kg)
Thank you for choosing the RCA MAF75BKR Universal Flat Panel
TV Wall Mount. This mount can be used for all major brands of
This wall mount is intended for use
26" - 40" ﬂ at panel TVs, 100 lbs (45 kg) or under. This wall mount
only with the maximum weight of
features a 0-15-degree tilt for easy viewing. Before attempting
(G) M6 x 30 Bolt (x4) Hardware Kit (A) M8 x 63 Lag Bolt (x4) (H) M8 x 12 Bolt (x4) (B) Lag Bolt Washer (x4) (I) M8 x 30 Bolt (x4) (C) Concrete Anchor (x4) (J) M6 Washer (x4) (D) M4 x 12 Bolt (x4) (K) Spacer (x8) (E) M4 x 20 Bolt (x4) (L) 3/16” Drill Bit (F) M6 x 12 Bolt (x4) Mounting the wall plate Drywall Installation Important! For safety reasons, this mount must be secured to at least two wood studs no less than 16” apart. The studs must be capable of supporting the combined weight of the mo
Concrete/Brick Installation IMPORTANT! For safety reasons, the concrete wall must be capable of supporting the combined weight of the mount and the display. The manufacturer takes no responsibility for failure caused by walls of insufﬁ cient strength. 1. Place the wall plate against the wall in the desired 4. Insert a Concrete location and level it using the integrated bubble Anchor (C) into each level. hole so that it is ﬂ ush with the concrete 2. While another surface (see Fig. 4).
1 2 1 7. Attach the mount arms to the back of your display using the screws identiﬁ ed in Steps 1 and 2 (see Fig.11): A. If you are using the M4 or M6 screws you will also need to use the M6 washers (J). M8 screws do not require washers. B. If you are using the longer screws on a display with a curved or recessed back, you will also need to use the spacers (K). Use one spacer or two spacers stacked as needed. You should Fig.7 only use a spacer if necessary. 5. Remove the clips located to
Final Installation 1. With the help of another person, carefully lift your display and place it on the wall plate. Do not release the display until the mount arms have securely hooked onto the wall plate. 2. Insert the safety bar at the bottom of the mount to Fig.13 prevent the display from being lifted from the wall plate. A padlock can be inserted into the end of the bar to help prevent theft of your display (see Fig.13). IMPORTANT! The safety bar must be used at all times to prevent t
Limited Lifetime Warranty Audiovox Electronics Corporation (the “Company”) warrants to you the original retail purchaser of this product that should it, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship during its lifetime while you own it, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (at the Company’s option) without charge for parts and repair labor. To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of wa
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