Monitor desk mount – If you have a recreational vehicle that made before about 2008, chances are you have an old cathode ray tube style monitor in it. If you have the old style, but are you ready to do the upgrade to an improved set, you must do some planning to make it work in your RV. To start, you need to find the right location for a large set. Screw a mount into an RV wall is not a good choice, since the walls are typically made of vinyl or fiberglass. Choose a place with wood, metal or some other sturdy material, so measuring range to ensure your big screen will fit.
Buy a monitor desk mount with an articulating arm, allowing you to move the monitor. Install the mount surface you have selected. Each mount is a little different, but these typically involve screwing more screws in the mounting surface and then attach the wall bracket. Then bolt wall and monitor mounts together to mount the monitor. Move your monitor desk mount into the mount, with the help of another person, if necessary. Before leaving the television on own, check the mount holder monitor properly and do not get out of its mounting surface. Connect your monitor to RVS power source. Ensure your locking knob to the monitor when the RV is in drive mode.
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