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TV Wall Mount with Articulating Arm, Fits Monitors 23” – 42” - Black

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23" - 42" Panning TV Mount
  • Fits Monitors 23” – 42”
  • 55 lbs. Maximum Weight Capacity
  • Up to VESA 200x200


Panning TV Mount with Articulating Arm

This panning TV mount features an articulating arm which is designed to manually position a monitor to any optimal viewing angle! The display can be pivoted left or right to situate the mounted flat screen at any desirable viewpoint. Sitting 1.06” off the wall, this slim profile TV mount also extends 14.17” outward. Two plastic wall plates are included which are fastened over the installation tracks to hide all screws and hardware. Crafted from aluminum and steel, this TV mount weights 6 lbs. and measures 19-5/8” wide. A built in cable management system keeps all cords and wires organized, untangled, and neat.


GTIN 840844125275
Overall Width x Height 19.6" x 8.8"
Depth Range Min. x Max. 1.3" x 14.6"
Weight 6.0lbs
Material Steel
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Orientation Portrait, Landscape
Color Black
Monitor Size Range x (inches) 23" x 42"
VESA Size 75x75, 100x100, 200x100, 200x200
Bracket Type Articulating, Panning
Max Monitor Weight 55.0lbs

Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

BKLD03226 Assembly Instructions

Filename: bkld03226 assembly instructions.pdf (224.90 KB)


Browse reviews from customers who have already purchased this product.

Overall 1 out of 5 | 1 review

1 / 5
By Bob Oxley on June 14, 2016 Verified Purchase
Did not fit my 40" Sanyo TV
Comments (2)
We're sorry that the arm was not the correct size to match your TV, Bob. Someone from our customer care team will be reaching out to you shortly to assist you.

Posted 3 years ago by Displays2go

This is an awful review. Why didn't it fit the Sanyo?

Posted 2 years ago by David Y.


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