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Flat-screen TVs are often mounted on the wall, using wall mounts. Due to poor workmanship, it is hard to fix the TV on the wall. In step 2, It can cause the TV to fall on the floor and harm young children if the screws keep holding the wall mount are coming out of the wall. If your wall mount (MD2462) is coming out of the wall, you can use this guide to show you how to repair the wall mount. Also, pay attention to unplug the cables your TV before fixing it.

Before getting started, there is a need to bear in mind that this is an activity that requires an adequate level of precision and caution to ensure the TV does not suffer any form of physical damage in the process of mounting. It is also essential to note that this product contains small items such as choking hazards, which might be swallowed by children. Before beginning the assemblage, make sure that all the parts are in good condition. The product also includes some numerous hardware components, which might be useless.

  1. Remove the two M4x5mm bolts on the back of the TV plate by using a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Unplug the TV cables before removing the TV from the wall. Unplug the TV cables before removing the TV from the wall.
    • Remove the two M4x5mm bolts on the back of the TV plate by using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

    • Unplug the TV cables before removing the TV from the wall.

  2. Remove the three lag bolts from the wall mount by using an 13mm Open-end wrench, or if it is too loose it can just be pulled out. You can notice the wall mount is coming out of the wall. You can notice the wall mount is coming out of the wall.
    • Remove the three lag bolts from the wall mount by using an 13mm Open-end wrench, or if it is too loose it can just be pulled out.

    • You can notice the wall mount is coming out of the wall.

  3. Fill the holes where the screws were fixed using drywall spackle. Fill the holes where the screws were fixed using drywall spackle. Fill the holes where the screws were fixed using drywall spackle.
    • Fill the holes where the screws were fixed using drywall spackle.

  4. Locate the wooden studs on the wall using a stud finder or knock on the wall to see if the stud behind the wall.
    • Locate the wooden studs on the wall using a stud finder or knock on the wall to see if the stud behind the wall.

  5. Use a  pencil to mark three holes on the wall. Use a 3/8-inch drill bit to drill 3 holes at marked positions. Secure the wall mount into the wooden studs using new screws or bolts.
    • Use a pencil to mark three holes on the wall.

    • Use a 3/8-inch drill bit to drill 3 holes at marked positions.

    • Secure the wall mount into the wooden studs using new screws or bolts.

    • Ensure that all the screws are firmly secured to the wooden stud.

  6. Test the firmness of the TV wall mount by gently pushing it up and down. Test the firmness of the TV wall mount by gently pushing it up and down.
    • Test the firmness of the TV wall mount by gently pushing it up and down.

  7. Gently replace the TV back on the wall mount. Gently replace the TV back on the wall mount.
    • Gently replace the TV back on the wall mount.

  8. Make sure the TV is secure and well-centered on the wall mount using a spirit level gauge to confirm the inclination.
    • Make sure the TV is secure and well-centered on the wall mount using a spirit level gauge to confirm the inclination.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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