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post #1 of 2 Old 08-12-2014, 08:44 AM - Thread Starter
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Question TV Mount Question

Apologies if this is the wrong forum. I have a travel trailer with a Jensen TV mount (MAF50) supporting a Jensen 24" TV. Due to the configuration of the trailer I have to use this particular mount. Problem is that when the mount arms are fully extended, and the TV is aligned parallel with the arms, the whole setup sags a bit and makes the TV not level. There is no rotation (landscape/portrait) adjustments on this mount.

So, I am wondering if anyone makes an "adapter" the would attach to the VESA (75X75) portion of the mount and include a rotational adjustment and then another VESA 75X75 mount for the TV. In other words something like a "Lazy Susan" adapter that I could add to the mount.

Is there such a thing? Any other suggestions?

Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
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What causes the whole set up to sag ?

If this is really the issue, can you fix that so it wont sag ?

TV too heavy ?

There are mounts that come out a little and tilt up and down, but boy, you really want to be lag bolted deep into vertical, strong wood studs..

Im thinking anything (adapters) that extends the entire set up out further is really going to be putting more strain on the mount to whatever you are mounted to and it would have to sag even more..

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