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Have bought a 15in Avtex for my 2002 B574 Hymer. This currently has what I assume is a standard sized rool top TV cabinet with a slide out shelf for an older style TV.
Has anyone found the right bracket / mount for this combination ? I can see two options - fitting a mount onto the slide out shelf or possibly taking the shelf out and fitting a wall bracket to the inside side of the cabinet. The later seems best but will rely on the bracket being right size to allow screen to be visible from rear bed ( the Avtex is a bit wider than some TVs I have seen ) but still fold into the cabinet.
I'm sure it cannot be rocket science but there are so many ( expensive ) brackets around, I would prefer to get it right first time.
 

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Have bought a 15in Avtex for my 2002 B574 Hymer. This currently has what I assume is a standard sized rool top TV cabinet with a slide out shelf for an older style TV.
Has anyone found the right bracket / mount for this combination ? I can see two options - fitting a mount onto the slide out shelf or possibly taking the shelf out and fitting a wall bracket to the inside side of the cabinet. The later seems best but will rely on the bracket being right size to allow screen to be visible from rear bed ( the Avtex is a bit wider than some TVs I have seen ) but still fold into the cabinet.
I'm sure it cannot be rocket science but there are so many ( expensive ) brackets around, I would prefer to get it right first time.
Hi, just done the same thing. I got rid of the pull out shelf (save a bit of weight!) and bolted a wall bracket to the inside/side of the cabinet. I have a Meos 15'' which virtually weighs nothing so the security of the bracket wasnt an issue. The bracket enables the screen to come out, tilt, view left or right. This is it -

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300316975295

It's pretty solid, has cable management and all the fittings - you cannot go wrong!
 
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