First post! A few months ago I began renovating my lounge and had all the cables and Ethernet placed into the walls etc. I was confident that I wanted a 46" Samsung mounted on the wall so bought a Sanus VLF210 based on the reviews and that it would fit the tele I wanted to buy. Buying the mount upfront
enabled me to locate the sockets so that they worked with the bracket.
Anyway renovation is now complete and I need to mount the frame. Trouble is that the instructions say the VLF210 is suitable for wooden stud and concrete or concrete brick - not the house brick my wall is made of.
I thought this was odd so called Sanus support, they said that it would be fine and that they only say concrete brick because in the US they have other types of brick (he said for example they have cardboard bricks?). I'm not convinced by this and the guy wasn't very convincing. I found other Sanus brackets that have brick on the list as well as concrete brick.
Since I haven't don't this before - and don't want to screw it up - anyone know if I'll be ok?
Logically in my head a brick wall is stronger than a stud wall but I am more likely to hit the mortar than in a concrete brick one and I'm not certain that the (internal) brick wall is the 8" depth required for concrete bricks.
Have I got a turkey?