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Chief Mfg.


PSM 2000

Universal Plasma Wall Mount



Look no further for a cost-effective mounting solution.


The PSM is the lowest priced mount on the market while providing key features and functionality.


Each PSM Mount is a unique, one-piece custom bracket that cuts down on installation time, provides the slimmest fit possible for each display and lowers your shipping costs.


Perfect for all basic Large Flat Panel Display installations, including large LCD displays.




Custom one piece bracket design


UL listed for proven strength


Seismic rated for safer installations


Sturdy steel construction: wall mount uses more surface area for balance and stability


Low profile - 1" standard mount depth


Offers quick installation and quick release


Display installs in landscape view only


Exclusive Q-Latch Mounting System secures the Large Flat Panel Display with a lockable latch


Multiple accessories provide solutions for even the most difficult installation


Lateral shift capabilities with accessory on most brackets. Non-standard lengths of ENS extrusion are available up to 108".


SPECIFICATIONS


Depth from Wall:

Approximately 1" (may vary). Mount designed to meet manufacturer requirements for more/less airspace.


Overall Dimensions:

Vary depending on display manufacturing/model


Mounts:

to 16" on-center studs, most 60"+ displays include 24" on-center stud pattern


Color:

Black


Weight Capacity:

175 lbs.

79.37 kg



Click here to view all of the compatible Plasma TV Models


will this wall mount work for the pioneer 5020 or do i need to buy a new one...


also my old panasonic 42 inch weighs 65 pounds.. should it hold up for my new 5020 or will it need reinforcemnt
 

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Yes this mount should work with no problems. Chief makes some pretty sturdy and high quality mounts too. Pioneers don't have any weird hole pattern or anything like that I've never used this mount but just reading the caption it supports the weight, so there's no reason it shouldn't.
 

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and where do i get the correct bolts... is it as easy as taking down my old panasonic and putting up my new pioneer.
 

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wow i hope i have the bolts because all that is there is the mount on the wall.. or are the bolts the one that are screwed in to the panasonic...
 

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wow i might be **** out of luck because i dont even have that box anymore.. all i have is my mount on the wall that is hooked to the panasonic.. am i out of luck and if so can u buy bolts or woudl i have to buy a new mount
 

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wow i might be **** out of luck because i dont even have that box anymore.. all i have is my mount on the wall that is hooked to the panasonic.. am i out of luck and if so can u buy bolts or woudl i have to buy a new mount

Call Chief MFG to see if they still have the bolts for your mount and plasma.
 

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you'd think they'd at least have a database to show which bolts you need for the available displays so you could go to the hardware store and buy the bolts yourself
 

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ok guys... d nice the other day u told me if i had a psm 2000 or the other codes on there are psm 2051 and psm 2250 that i currently use to mount my panasonic comm model 42 inch.. well today i got my new 5020 and the holes are shorter in width while the panny are spread out 26 inch width the pioneer is 20 inch width... so this mount wont do i thought u guys told me it should work..
 
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