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Old 10-26-2019, 04:08 PM   #1
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Ideas Needed For Rear Living TV Mount

Currently the tv sits on this counter & every trip we wrap it in blankets and store under the bed for travel. Annoying and wastes storage space. Would anyone with this plan or similar please share pics of your mount? We do park at a lake sometimes and want to move it for the view. Thank you.
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How about a floor plan or the model number?


I'm sure someone here has the same one.


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Old 10-26-2019, 09:59 PM   #3
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It is a Lantern 3025RE.
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On my Denali 287RE a 50" TV elevates out of that cabinet, there is a fireplace in the center of the cabinet.
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Old 11-03-2019, 12:49 PM   #5
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Currently the tv sits on this counter & every trip we wrap it in blankets and store under the bed for travel. Annoying and wastes storage space. Would anyone with this plan or similar please share pics of your mount? We do park at a lake sometimes and want to move it for the view. Thank you.
Regarding ideas to mounting your tv. Would you be against securing (screws) into the cabinet top? If no I can give you an idea!
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If it would work for another sized tv later I’d be ok with holes. I wouldn’t want something that would only work with this specific tv. It’s a cheapie that came with the camper.
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If it would work for another sized tv later I’d be ok with holes. I wouldn’t want something that would only work with this specific tv. It’s a cheapie that came with the camper.
I'm going to show you two links. The first is a ceiling mount the you flip over and mount on your cabinet. The size you choose CAN handle other sizes. This could act as more or less as a permanent mount. The second is using a second mount as the base and mounted the ceiling mount to it. The base has a release mechanism this will allow for the removal of everything in case you needed to! Paste these links Number 1. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=ceiling+t...b_sb_ss_i_1_11 Number 2. https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Attachme...s%2C207&sr=8-3
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With just a bit of carpentry/cabinet work you could try something like this. VOILA! TV! Out of no where




https://www.amazon.com/Mophorn-Motor...2803797&sr=8-9


https://youtu.be/qBL6v5sdcvo







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With just a bit of carpentry/cabinet work you could try something like this. VOILA! TV! Out of no where

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Exactly what my TV does out of the rear cabinet.
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