The home or business owner who’s comfortable handling minor improvement tasks should easily be able to wall mount an LCD TV using mostly basic tools.
Even though it’s a simple process, mounting an LCD TV on a wall isn’t a 1-person job. You typically need 1 or 2 people to hold the television, depending on how heavy your television set is, and one person to attach the mount to the wall. Set aside about an hour to complete the process, once you have all of your tools and the mount on hand.
Things to check:
First, please check your wall for wood studs. Of course! It can be mounted on concrete wall and brick wall, but you need to use additional anchors when installing. Please pay attention to the wall mounting studs distance is 16 inch maximum.
If the wall is not suitable, consider use LCD TV stand or ceiling mount.
Most TV and monitor manufacturers comply with a set of standards set by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) known as the Flat Display Mounting Interface (FDMI) or Mounting Interface Standard (MIS). VESA-compliant display mounts also follow these standards. This makes it easy to select a mount that accommodates your display and, even more importantly, will safely hold its size and weight.
Check the VESA pattern, VESA = horizontal × vertical. Mounting holes distance on the back of TV
and also the TV weight.
check the TV back area inside the 4 mounting holes to make sure there are not any cables outlet. Otherwise, the plate may block the plugs.
Select suitable Wall Mount Bracket
Different wall mount brackets have different parameters , choose the suitable one to fit the VESA and weight of the LCD Display.
Steps to Mount:
Mount the wall plate of wall mount bracket
Attach brackets to the LCD Screens' back
Put the LCD Screen onoto wall plate