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  • 1. Tony P. Barone • www.tonybarone.com • tony@tonybarone.com
  • 2. Tony P. Barone • www.tonybarone.com • tony@tonybarone.com
  • 3. Tony P. Barone • www.tonybarone.com • tony@tonybarone.com
  • 4. Tony P. Barone • www.tonybarone.com • tony@tonybarone.com Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome SQM5572/27 EN Full motion wall mount 3 FR Support mural inclinable dans tous les sens 9 ES Soporte de pared móvil 17 property damage and/or serious injury. Table of contents 1 Important • A minimum of two people are required for this installation. Do not attempt to 1 Important 3 Take time to read this manual before you install this mount alone under use your wall mount. It contains important any circumstance. 2 Your full motion wall mount 3 information and notes regarding operating your • Follow all instructions and 2.1 What’s in the box 4 wall mount. recommendations regarding adequate 2.2 What you’ll also need 4 ventilation and suitable locations for © 2008 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. mounting your display. Consult the 3 Installing your wall mount 5 All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in owner’s manual for your display for 3.1 Mounting the wall plate (drywall) 5 part is prohibited without the written consent of more information. 3.2 Mounting the wall plate (concrete) 5 the copyright owner. Trademarks are the 3.3 Attaching the arms to the display 6 property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. 4 Mounting and adjusting 7 2 Your full motion wall mount 5 Guarantee and service 8 B Warnings Congratulations on your purchase and welcome • Make sure these instructions are read to Philips! and thoroughly understood before attempting installation. If you are To fully benefit from the support that Philips unsure of any part of this installation, offers, register your product at contact a professional installer for www.philips.com/welcome. assistance or contact Customer Service at 1-919-573-7854. Designed to fit most brands of TV with a focus • This product has been designed on safety and ease of use. for application on a vertical wall in Includes Easy 1-2-3 installation kit, complete commercial and residential buildings, with: all necessary hardware for mounting on constructed of wood wall studs or different types of walls, mounting templates, masonry (solid concrete, brick, and stud finder and bubble level. stone). If you are unsure of your wall C- UL US Listed for weight capacity composition or for assistance with other up to 200lbs. surfaces, contact a qualified installer. • This product is not designed for use on walls constructed of metal studs. If you are unsure of your wall composition or for assistance with other surfaces, contact a qualified installer. • The wall or mounting surface must be capable of supporting the combined weight of the mount and the display; otherwise the structure must be reinforced. • Do not exceed the maximum load capacity of 200lbs for this product. • Safety gear and proper tools must be used. Failure to do so can result in 2 3 z2.1 What’s in the box. 3 Using the enclosed mounting template, 2 Using the enclosed mounting template, 3.3 Attaching the arms to the display 2 Determine the correct diameter of bolt to and carefully moving it to the 3 Installing your wall mount place the diagram against the wall and mark place the diagram against the wall and mark use by carefully trying one bolt each from 4 Mounting and adjusting desired position. 5 Guarantee and service four locations (two per stud) on the wall four locations on the wall where the mount B Warning Bags 1 - 4 of the hardware kit. Do not force 5 If any of the arms become too lose to hold In this chapter, the basic steps to get you started where the mount is to be installed. Be sure is to be Installed. Use extra care during this part of the any of the bolts – if you feel resistance stop 1 With the help of another person, carefully their position, they can be tightened using the Please contact Philips directly if you have any are described. to use the center of each stud. 3 With the help of another person, place the installation. If possible, avoid placing your immediately and try a smaller diameter bolt. lift your display and place it on mount. alley key provided in your hardware kit. 8 questions in the installation process of the wall 4 With the help of another person, place the mount against the wall and level it using the display facedown as it may damage the 3 Attach the arms to the back of your display Place the display in the middle of the mount. Call 1-919-573-7854. Wall mount Stud finder Cotter pin (S) S4 Allen Key (x1) B Warning mount against the wall and level it using the bubble guide. viewing surface. using the bolts identified in Steps 1 and 2 mount, and do not release the display until 8 Carefully read the safety precautions in bubble guide. 4 While another person holds the mount along with the corresponding Lock Washer the mounting arms have securely hooked Limited Two-Year Warranty “Section 1 Important” before you install 5 While another person holds the mount in in place, mark four locations on the wall D Note (C, F, I, or L). 5 onto the crossbars. 6 Philips warrants that this product shall be free Bag #1 (A) M4x12 Bolt (x4) (B) M4x30 Bolt (x4) (C) M4 Lock Washer (x4) the wall mount. place, mark four locations (two per stud) where the mount is to be installed. Your mount comes with a selection of bolt from defects in material, workmanship and on the wall where the mount is to be 5 Set the mount aside and drill a 1/2mm pilot diameters and lengths to accommodate a 5 6 assembly, under normal use, in accordance with installed. Be sure to use the center of each hole at each marked location. Remove any wide variety of display models. Not all of the specications and warnings, for two years 3.1 Mounting the wall plate (drywall) stud. (these marks should line up with the excess dust from the holes. the hardware in the kit will be used. from the date of your purchase of this product. Bag #2 (D) M5x12 Bolt (x4) (E) M5x30 Bolt (x4) (F) M5 Lock Washer (x4) ones made in step 3 above using 6 Insert a Concrete Anchor (P) into each This warranty extends only to the original B Warning the template). hole so that it is flush with the concrete 1 Determine the correct length of bolt to purchaser of the product, and is not transferable. For safety reasons, this mount must be 6 Set the mount aside and drill a 1/4quot; (6 mm) surface. A hammer can be used to lightly use with your display by first examining the 6 To adjust the tilt position of your display, To exercise your rights under this warranty, you secured to two adjacent wood studs at pilot hole at each marked location. tap the anchors into place if necessary. back of your display. have one person hold the display in place while must provide proof of purchase in the form of Bag #3 (G) M6x12 Bolt (x4) (H) M6x35 Bolt (x4) (I) M6 Lock Washer (x4) least 16quot; apart.The studs must be capable 7 Place the mount back against the wall and 7 Place the mount back against the wall and A. If your display has a flat back: You will another person loosens the two tilt adjustment an original sales receipt that shows the product of supporting the combined weight of the secure it using the lag bolts (Q) and lag bolt secure it using the lag bolts (Q) and lag bolt use one of the shorter bolts (A, D, G, or J) knobs located on either side of the mount. name and the date of purchase. For customer mount and display. washers (R) provided. Do not over-tighten washers (R) provided. Do not over-tighten from the hardware kit. 3 A) If you are using the M4, M5, or M6 bolts 2 Move the safety tab located on each arm Once the knobs are loose, move the display to support or to obtain warranty service, please these bolts and do not release the mount these bolts and do not release the mount (Bags 1, 2, and 3 respectively), you will also into position to avoid having the display the desired angle. Tighten the knobs securely call 919-573-7854. THERE ARE NO OTHER Bag #4 (J) M8x16 Bolt (x4) (K) M8x40 Bolt (x4) (L) M8 Lock Washer (x4) 1 See enclosed mounting template for until all bolts are in place. until all bolts are in place. 3 need to use the M6 Washers (O). accidentally lifted from the mount. This before releasing the display. 9 EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. Philips’ diagram and guide of how to mount 8 Once all (4) lag bolts are in place you must 8 Once all (4) lag bolts are in place you B) If you are using one of the longer bolts on MUST be done in order to secure the liability is limited to repair or, at its sole option, properly on the wall. tighten each one. (note: be sure not to must tighten each one. Be sure not to a display with a curved or recessed back, display to the mount. 9 replacement of the product. Incidental, special 2 Using a stud finder, locate and mark two over tighten). 1 over tighten. 2 you will also use a spacer (M or N). Use the and consequential damages are disclaimed where Bag #5 (M) Small Spacer (x4) (N) Large Spacer (x4) (O) M6 Washer (x4) adjacent studs for securing the mount smaller spacer (M) for M4 and M5 bolts and D Note permitted by law. This warranty gives you specic (make sure your marks are in the center 1 2 the large spacer (N) for M6 and M8 bolts. A cotter pin (included) is used to secure legal rights.You may also have other rights that of each stud). You can use your own stud 4 Make sure all screws are secure, but do not the arm into position OR a padlock vary from state to state. finder or the one included in the over-tighten them. (not included) can be inserted into one Bag #6 (P) Concrete Anchor (x4) (Q) M8x63 Lag Bolt (x4) (R) Lag Bolt Washer (x4) hardware kit. of the tabs to help prevent theft of Register your product and get support at B. If your display has a curved or your display. 7 www.philips.com/welcome D Note recessed back: You will use one of the E Tip 2.2 What you’ll also need. Once studs have been located you will longer bolts (B, E, H, or K) along with a Use a longer bolt and spacer for displays 7 7 If you find that your display is not level, first • Phillips head screw driver need to verify with a hammer and a nail spacer (M or N). 4 with curved or recessed backs. Do not use loosen the horizontal adjustment screws located • Ratchet or driver with 7 mm socket A) Simply place the nail over your mark the M6 Washer (O) if you are using the M8 behind the mount using the allen key provided • Electric drill on the wall and tap in with hammer. D Note 4 Bolts (J or K). in your hardware kit. Carefully level your display • 1/4quot; (6 mm) drill bit for drywall installation If the nail encounters resistance and is 3.2 Mounting the wall plate (concrete) If the concrete wall is covered by a layer and re-tighten the adjustment screws once you • 12 mm masonry bit for concrete installation secure in wall you have verified a of plaster or drywall, the concrete anchor are satisfied. 10 stud location B Warning must pass completely through the layer to B) If the nail just pushes through with no For safety reasons, the concrete wall must be rest flush with the concrete surface. 10 resistance you will need to start over capable of supporting the combined weight of and locate the stud. the mount and display. 3 The cable management clips can be used to keep your power cord and other cables 1 See enclosed mounting template for in order. diagram and use enclosed mounting template as a guide for precision mounting. 4 Side-to-side and front-to-back adjustments can be made by firmly grasping your display 4 5 6 7 8
  • 5. Tony P. Barone • www.tonybarone.com • tony@tonybarone.com
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