• VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
  • VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)
VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)

VIVO Counterbalance 40 to 55 inch LCD LED Plasma Screen TV Wall Mount | Height Adjustable Pneumatic Spring Fully Articulating Bracket (MOUNT-VW03G)

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  • COUNTERBALANCE GAS SPRING adjusts to your TV??s weight for easy screen placement. TV must weigh at least 17 lbs for counterbalance to work
  • COMPATIBLE with flat screens 40" to 55" in size, weighing between 17 lbs and 66 lbs
  • FULL ARTICULATION with +10 to -15 degree screen tilt, +90 to -90 degree swivel, and a 12.5? range of height adjustment for the best viewing angles
  • FITS VESA 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x100mm, 200x200mm, 300x300mm, 400x200mm, and 400x400mm
  • 3 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY - This product comes with a limited 3-year Manufacturer warranty as well as friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns

Customer Reviews

Works like advertised. Some of the reviews saying that they couldn t get it to work well with lighter TVs had me a little worried but mine works perfectly. Only thing I can think of is they didn t pay attention to which one they ordered. My tv I hung is 16 lbs. I started with the adjustment screw loosened as much as possible so I had to actually tighten it again to get the proper counterbalance. Would it work with a 5.5 lb tv like it says? Eh, I dunno but works fine for my 16 lb one.Flat against the wall it sits about 2-3 in off the wall.The cord concealment isn t the greatest but it works. And only other complaint is the kit includes a bunch of screws EXCEPT M4s which is what my tv required but it had some huge screws I couldn t see needing. Instructions for attaching your tv to the mount we re pretty vague. Be prepared to look up your tv manual if you don t still have it just to be safe as far as the screw depth into the back of the tv.Otherwise, taking into consideration the price, I gave it 5 stars. 5Perfect solution to bring the tv to a better viewing level I purchased this because our wall mounted tv is too high to watch comfortable on the couch. I built a sliding tv cover so the tv could stay mounted at picture height but with the ability to lower the tv when laying on the couch. 5Awesome Solution to Hide our TV We used this mount to place a 32" TV inside a built-in cabinet next to our fireplace. This is our formal living room and we didn't want a big TV sitting around, so we decided to hide it in the cabinet. I found this idea online and decided that for the small investment, it would be worth the effort (please note, we are having an electrical outlet installed inside the cabinet).Despite some of the horror stories in previous reviews, I decided to take the chance on this device. I was a bit of a challenge locating the studs behind the solid, 1" thick, wood paneling, but I was finally successful. The main mounting screws were a bit of a bear to screw in, but that is the purpose of a solid connection. I was fortunate in that the main, flat mounting plate for the TV fit our little TV perfectly and I did not have to add the extension. After that, the installation went very smoothly. It was a bit of a balancing act to get the TV to sit level, but I was successful. I highly suggest looking at the instructions prior to installation; perusing the other reviewer's comments for insights/tricks; and watching any video tutorials. This device really did the trick for us - good luck! 5Annoyed that the TV won't stay straight (level), but like the positioning options of this almost fully articulating mount Mixed feelings about this mount.Pros: solid feeling and flexible Vesa options, love having multiple directions of adjustability.Cons:During mounting, you have to be aware that mounting anchor point is NOT the center of your TV. My TV's vesa holes are not centered behind the TV (they sit on the lower half), so this could also throw off your alignment a bit, as does the fact that when folded, the arm's mounting plate isn't centered in front of the anchor point... so overall, figuring out the right place to mount is a bit of a challenge if you want your TV centered in a specific spot, and I wish they could somehow make this easier to figure out.More annoying is the fact that the tiny bubble level they provide doesn't sit flat near the arm's mounting plate (where the instructions tell you to place it) because there's a rounded screw sitting right in front of that spot, and the edge of the level rests on that screw. So you'll find that as you slide the level left or right by a few millimeters, the level reading changes as it rubs up against this rounded screw. Yeah, super annoying.As if leveling this thing wasn't hard enough... and mind you, if you get it wrong and mount a large TV, it'll be OBVIOUS that it's not straight.But here's the kicker... I checked, rechecked, triple and quadruple checked, and then repeated the process in various ways with my other levels. Once I was sure it was straight, I completed the mount's installation. Then I mounted the TV... and it was STILL CROOKED!!!!!Here's what I discovered. I have a 55 inch, 32lb TV. Depending on how the arm is folded and elevated (left/right, up/down), the TV will tilt one way or the other (counterclockwise or clockwise). Meaning, it doesn't matter how straight your mount is... as you move the TV, the sheer size and weight will make it tip left or right. What I noticed on the back (near where the mount attaches to the TV) is that the mechanism that allows you till tilt or turn your TV at various angles has a pin and pivot mechanism that has a bit of give to it. Meaning, it wobbles a tiny bit. You can tell by just standing behind your TV with the arm extended, and then tilting or swiveling the TV... look at the mechanism... notice how the gaps between the metals plates here change spacing? Yeah, that appears to be why the TV rarely sits perfectly straight. I saw somewhere that there's like a +/- 3 degree tolerance or adjustment here (not sure which)... if it's adjustment, I don't really know which bolt/screw to tighten yet. If it's simply tolerance, then that sucks (because a 55 inch TV has a long enough top and bottom edge to make those 3 degrees painfully obvious that it's not straight). 3Good price for a counterbalance mount I have a 32" LCD TV on this and it works fine. The weight is below the maximum so it is compatible. I'm not sure why other counterbalance mounts cost so much more. This acts just like any other with easy lifting and lowering. The installation would have been easier with two people, someone to just hold up the arm while installing and adjusting, but I was able to do it myself and don't recall too much difficulty. I have several TV mounts in my house, but this is the only counterbalance one. This was needed because the TV is going to be used somewhat away from the wall and adjusted from time to time. For this purpose, this mount is great and much better suited than standard articulating mounts that are not hydraulic (or gas). Works great so far in the few months I've had it. In addition to the price, this was able to extend farther than others I looked at. Great mount. 5Just some heads up For any new owner, please take your time constructing it, DOUBLE CHECK the pictures. It would have been easier if there were text explaining each step or at least pointing out small things that many could've missed.When u open it, the height of the mount will be at the highest position, and you'll need to turn the hex at the elbow section, like 40 times CLOCK-WISE just to loosen it up. For a heavy 40lb big screen TV to even pull it downwards, that's how much I had to twist it.Make sure u find the exact location of the Stud, make several small punctures if u need to to find the exact location. If you're off by a bit or completely, the weight and pressure WILL Tear you a giant hole in the wall, and not to mention your broken TV. My Stud finder was off by a whole inch, luckily I'm not inexperienced and I trusted my instincts to make several test punctures before I started. If you live in an old house, I recommend using the thinnest drill bit, and push it in where you think the stud is located. If it goes it quick and easily without any resistance, then try that again a few inches left or right from it. If it feels the same, then you didn't hit a stud, 'cuz a stud will require some force to get into it.When you find the stud, and hopefully you tested it a few times to find the Center of it, start going in with the bigger drill bits.Although the instructions say to use a 3/16", I tried that, and it was way too tight a fit. It was so tight I ended up stripping most of the screw trying to push it in. So I took it out and went in with the 7/64" drill bit (Luckily the screws have a hex head so you can use an alen wrench or any wrench to twist it in or out).The hole was slightly, very slightly wider, but it makes a big difference!If you are inexperienced with putting up shelves or with walls, please ask someone who might be, do some research, or watch some youtube videos (there are hundreds of them). Don't risk your expensive TV, nice wall, and accidents over some poor assembly; mistakes that could have been avoided. 5Good buy, holds 55" Samsung TV with no issues. Installation was a bit trickier than expected. Initially I thought I needed a 2nd person to get it level.Turned out I was able to adjust the next day without issue.I added 4x4's in the wall between 2x4 studs, as there was no fire-blocking in the wall (odd). I didn't want to run the risk of the studs twisting.I then installed plywood (A grade) on the side that shows & plan to caulk around it. You can't even see it.The single arm makes it easy to get to the back of the TV to put in new plugs, are adjust for different viewing angles.We have a sound bar, and that's perfectly level. Sometimes the different angles make the TV look not level, but it is. Not much you can do about that (other than solid mount to the wall, which defeats the purpose of this adjustable arm).I would buy again. 5not as great as i hoped for So i got this mount to use for my center screen for a multi screen computer setup. There is only really 2 issues i found but first the good. It came well packed and was very easy to set up. i had to loosen the tension screw all the way down so i can get the offset from center measurement since they didnt give it. Screw was hard to turn but with a ratchet alan key it went easy. its a strong mount and im sure if i were using it for a TV it would be amazing for mobility.The bad the tilt is HORRIBLE. unlike monitor mounts with tension tilt so u can move then whenever you need to use tools for it. i would have liked to see something different since this mount is ment to be very mobile and being able to change angle of tv when you move it is key. Next is NO YAW or side to side swivel. so you must use the mounting screws that hook the tv side of the bracket to the actual mount to level it. Again if your using it for a tv maybe not a deal breaker but for a computer monitor kinda sucked. That said ive only had it for about 6 hours got it all up and nice and hopefully when i upgrade to my 35 inch Ultra wide the screen will look just as amazing. i added some pictures so i hope that helps someone in vision their setup. ignore wire management as i wasn't going to bother when im about to get a new screen in a week or so 3An outstanding value for a precision-built mounting solution This is a beautifully crafted, precision device that works exactly as advertised: smoothly, silently and solidly! It makes re-directing my 55", 40 lb. LG television a one-hand operation. Installation was exactly as described in the instructions but this project is NOT for the casual, ill-equipped user: much better to select the $135 professional installation option than risk many $$$ on a sloppy installation. (I had to slightly modify the two lower arms due to a 1" protruding bottom ledge on my set.) Download the mount's installation manual FIRST. Study it and, if you don't COMPLETELY understand the focused images, DON'T install it yourself! For my installation on a studded drywall, I carefully found the stud, drilled the correct holes, soaped each lag screw (just scrape the threads on a hard soap bar) and slowly socket-wrenched them tight. I also took the added step of using the bracket's "concrete" mounting holes to pre-position 4 drywall anchors as extra insurance to further reduce the twisting torque load on the very strong basic lag screws: the "belt and suspenders" approach. 5THE VIVO-VW03G IS LOCKED IN THE FULL UP POSITION WHEN RECEIVED This is a pretty well designed TV wall mount and I would have given it five stars had it not been for the misrepresentation regarding its up and down movement. Yes it does move 12.5 inches, but everything I've read indicated that it can move 6.25 inches up and down. Well, yes that is correct but that is ONLY after you move it to the center position. When you receive that mount it is in locked in the full upward position with no indication that is the case. I believed that it would move 6.25 inches up and down from the position I received it in and modified my wall accordingly. That turned out to be a big mistake because I installed an Arlington Industeries TVBU810-1 recessed TV box requiring a 9 x 11 inch wall cutout and an Arlington recessed LVDR2 2-Gang Combo Electrical/Low-Voltage Box.After installation the mount would not move either up or down regardless of the force applied. I understood about the tension adjustment but there was no way to reach it as shown in the directions without first removing the plastic silver arm covers which I did. Then there appeared to be two adjustment screws, a hex head beneath an open slotted screw. I removed the slotted screw which appeared to serve no purpose and adjusted the hex screw several rotations until it seemed to snug down with no effect. I then called VIVO customer server and spoke with a helpful technician. Turns out the upper screw is nothing but a retainer and I was told that the hex screw moved more easily if the arm was pulled halfway down which turned out to be quite a feat of strength with both my wife and I struggling with it.After numerous more clockwise rotations of the hex screw the arm loosed up and eventually came down. To my dismay it came down 12.5 inches and hit my desk which left me with two solutions 1) remove the recessed TV box, move it up six inches and repair the wall or 2) move it up two inches where it would meet the bottom edge of the TV box and just live with it. For now I'm just gonna live with it but not happy about it.I've read some comments about the TV tilting slightly from the closed and extended position. I find that it does and I believe it is due to tolerances in the pivot joint where the TV end arm bracket meets the TV plate. I tightened it slightly but it didn't help.On a more positive note I was impressed with the little hex wrench, mini level and the assortment of VESA screws that came with the mount. 4
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Description
  • COUNTERBALANCE GAS SPRING adjusts to your TV??s weight for easy screen placement. TV must weigh at least 17 lbs for counterbalance to work
  • COMPATIBLE with flat screens 40" to 55" in size, weighing between 17 lbs and 66 lbs
  • FULL ARTICULATION with +10 to -15 degree screen tilt, +90 to -90 degree swivel, and a 12.5? range of height adjustment for the best viewing angles
  • FITS VESA 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x100mm, 200x200mm, 300x300mm, 400x200mm, and 400x400mm
  • 3 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY - This product comes with a limited 3-year Manufacturer warranty as well as friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Works like advertised. Some of the reviews saying that they couldn t get it to work well with lighter TVs had me a little worried but mine works perfectly. Only thing I can think of is they didn t pay attention to which one they ordered. My tv I hung is 16 lbs. I started with the adjustment screw loosened as much as possible so I had to actually tighten it again to get the proper counterbalance. Would it work with a 5.5 lb tv like it says? Eh, I dunno but works fine for my 16 lb one.Flat against the wall it sits about 2-3 in off the wall.The cord concealment isn t the greatest but it works. And only other complaint is the kit includes a bunch of screws EXCEPT M4s which is what my tv required but it had some huge screws I couldn t see needing. Instructions for attaching your tv to the mount we re pretty vague. Be prepared to look up your tv manual if you don t still have it just to be safe as far as the screw depth into the back of the tv.Otherwise, taking into consideration the price, I gave it 5 stars. 5Perfect solution to bring the tv to a better viewing level I purchased this because our wall mounted tv is too high to watch comfortable on the couch. I built a sliding tv cover so the tv could stay mounted at picture height but with the ability to lower the tv when laying on the couch. 5Awesome Solution to Hide our TV We used this mount to place a 32" TV inside a built-in cabinet next to our fireplace. This is our formal living room and we didn't want a big TV sitting around, so we decided to hide it in the cabinet. I found this idea online and decided that for the small investment, it would be worth the effort (please note, we are having an electrical outlet installed inside the cabinet).Despite some of the horror stories in previous reviews, I decided to take the chance on this device. I was a bit of a challenge locating the studs behind the solid, 1" thick, wood paneling, but I was finally successful. The main mounting screws were a bit of a bear to screw in, but that is the purpose of a solid connection. I was fortunate in that the main, flat mounting plate for the TV fit our little TV perfectly and I did not have to add the extension. After that, the installation went very smoothly. It was a bit of a balancing act to get the TV to sit level, but I was successful. I highly suggest looking at the instructions prior to installation; perusing the other reviewer's comments for insights/tricks; and watching any video tutorials. This device really did the trick for us - good luck! 5Annoyed that the TV won't stay straight (level), but like the positioning options of this almost fully articulating mount Mixed feelings about this mount.Pros: solid feeling and flexible Vesa options, love having multiple directions of adjustability.Cons:During mounting, you have to be aware that mounting anchor point is NOT the center of your TV. My TV's vesa holes are not centered behind the TV (they sit on the lower half), so this could also throw off your alignment a bit, as does the fact that when folded, the arm's mounting plate isn't centered in front of the anchor point... so overall, figuring out the right place to mount is a bit of a challenge if you want your TV centered in a specific spot, and I wish they could somehow make this easier to figure out.More annoying is the fact that the tiny bubble level they provide doesn't sit flat near the arm's mounting plate (where the instructions tell you to place it) because there's a rounded screw sitting right in front of that spot, and the edge of the level rests on that screw. So you'll find that as you slide the level left or right by a few millimeters, the level reading changes as it rubs up against this rounded screw. Yeah, super annoying.As if leveling this thing wasn't hard enough... and mind you, if you get it wrong and mount a large TV, it'll be OBVIOUS that it's not straight.But here's the kicker... I checked, rechecked, triple and quadruple checked, and then repeated the process in various ways with my other levels. Once I was sure it was straight, I completed the mount's installation. Then I mounted the TV... and it was STILL CROOKED!!!!!Here's what I discovered. I have a 55 inch, 32lb TV. Depending on how the arm is folded and elevated (left/right, up/down), the TV will tilt one way or the other (counterclockwise or clockwise). Meaning, it doesn't matter how straight your mount is... as you move the TV, the sheer size and weight will make it tip left or right. What I noticed on the back (near where the mount attaches to the TV) is that the mechanism that allows you till tilt or turn your TV at various angles has a pin and pivot mechanism that has a bit of give to it. Meaning, it wobbles a tiny bit. You can tell by just standing behind your TV with the arm extended, and then tilting or swiveling the TV... look at the mechanism... notice how the gaps between the metals plates here change spacing? Yeah, that appears to be why the TV rarely sits perfectly straight. I saw somewhere that there's like a +/- 3 degree tolerance or adjustment here (not sure which)... if it's adjustment, I don't really know which bolt/screw to tighten yet. If it's simply tolerance, then that sucks (because a 55 inch TV has a long enough top and bottom edge to make those 3 degrees painfully obvious that it's not straight). 3Good price for a counterbalance mount I have a 32" LCD TV on this and it works fine. The weight is below the maximum so it is compatible. I'm not sure why other counterbalance mounts cost so much more. This acts just like any other with easy lifting and lowering. The installation would have been easier with two people, someone to just hold up the arm while installing and adjusting, but I was able to do it myself and don't recall too much difficulty. I have several TV mounts in my house, but this is the only counterbalance one. This was needed because the TV is going to be used somewhat away from the wall and adjusted from time to time. For this purpose, this mount is great and much better suited than standard articulating mounts that are not hydraulic (or gas). Works great so far in the few months I've had it. In addition to the price, this was able to extend farther than others I looked at. Great mount. 5Just some heads up For any new owner, please take your time constructing it, DOUBLE CHECK the pictures. It would have been easier if there were text explaining each step or at least pointing out small things that many could've missed.When u open it, the height of the mount will be at the highest position, and you'll need to turn the hex at the elbow section, like 40 times CLOCK-WISE just to loosen it up. For a heavy 40lb big screen TV to even pull it downwards, that's how much I had to twist it.Make sure u find the exact location of the Stud, make several small punctures if u need to to find the exact location. If you're off by a bit or completely, the weight and pressure WILL Tear you a giant hole in the wall, and not to mention your broken TV. My Stud finder was off by a whole inch, luckily I'm not inexperienced and I trusted my instincts to make several test punctures before I started. If you live in an old house, I recommend using the thinnest drill bit, and push it in where you think the stud is located. If it goes it quick and easily without any resistance, then try that again a few inches left or right from it. If it feels the same, then you didn't hit a stud, 'cuz a stud will require some force to get into it.When you find the stud, and hopefully you tested it a few times to find the Center of it, start going in with the bigger drill bits.Although the instructions say to use a 3/16", I tried that, and it was way too tight a fit. It was so tight I ended up stripping most of the screw trying to push it in. So I took it out and went in with the 7/64" drill bit (Luckily the screws have a hex head so you can use an alen wrench or any wrench to twist it in or out).The hole was slightly, very slightly wider, but it makes a big difference!If you are inexperienced with putting up shelves or with walls, please ask someone who might be, do some research, or watch some youtube videos (there are hundreds of them). Don't risk your expensive TV, nice wall, and accidents over some poor assembly; mistakes that could have been avoided. 5Good buy, holds 55" Samsung TV with no issues. Installation was a bit trickier than expected. Initially I thought I needed a 2nd person to get it level.Turned out I was able to adjust the next day without issue.I added 4x4's in the wall between 2x4 studs, as there was no fire-blocking in the wall (odd). I didn't want to run the risk of the studs twisting.I then installed plywood (A grade) on the side that shows & plan to caulk around it. You can't even see it.The single arm makes it easy to get to the back of the TV to put in new plugs, are adjust for different viewing angles.We have a sound bar, and that's perfectly level. Sometimes the different angles make the TV look not level, but it is. Not much you can do about that (other than solid mount to the wall, which defeats the purpose of this adjustable arm).I would buy again. 5not as great as i hoped for So i got this mount to use for my center screen for a multi screen computer setup. There is only really 2 issues i found but first the good. It came well packed and was very easy to set up. i had to loosen the tension screw all the way down so i can get the offset from center measurement since they didnt give it. Screw was hard to turn but with a ratchet alan key it went easy. its a strong mount and im sure if i were using it for a TV it would be amazing for mobility.The bad the tilt is HORRIBLE. unlike monitor mounts with tension tilt so u can move then whenever you need to use tools for it. i would have liked to see something different since this mount is ment to be very mobile and being able to change angle of tv when you move it is key. Next is NO YAW or side to side swivel. so you must use the mounting screws that hook the tv side of the bracket to the actual mount to level it. Again if your using it for a tv maybe not a deal breaker but for a computer monitor kinda sucked. That said ive only had it for about 6 hours got it all up and nice and hopefully when i upgrade to my 35 inch Ultra wide the screen will look just as amazing. i added some pictures so i hope that helps someone in vision their setup. ignore wire management as i wasn't going to bother when im about to get a new screen in a week or so 3An outstanding value for a precision-built mounting solution This is a beautifully crafted, precision device that works exactly as advertised: smoothly, silently and solidly! It makes re-directing my 55", 40 lb. LG television a one-hand operation. Installation was exactly as described in the instructions but this project is NOT for the casual, ill-equipped user: much better to select the $135 professional installation option than risk many $$$ on a sloppy installation. (I had to slightly modify the two lower arms due to a 1" protruding bottom ledge on my set.) Download the mount's installation manual FIRST. Study it and, if you don't COMPLETELY understand the focused images, DON'T install it yourself! For my installation on a studded drywall, I carefully found the stud, drilled the correct holes, soaped each lag screw (just scrape the threads on a hard soap bar) and slowly socket-wrenched them tight. I also took the added step of using the bracket's "concrete" mounting holes to pre-position 4 drywall anchors as extra insurance to further reduce the twisting torque load on the very strong basic lag screws: the "belt and suspenders" approach. 5THE VIVO-VW03G IS LOCKED IN THE FULL UP POSITION WHEN RECEIVED This is a pretty well designed TV wall mount and I would have given it five stars had it not been for the misrepresentation regarding its up and down movement. Yes it does move 12.5 inches, but everything I've read indicated that it can move 6.25 inches up and down. Well, yes that is correct but that is ONLY after you move it to the center position. When you receive that mount it is in locked in the full upward position with no indication that is the case. I believed that it would move 6.25 inches up and down from the position I received it in and modified my wall accordingly. That turned out to be a big mistake because I installed an Arlington Industeries TVBU810-1 recessed TV box requiring a 9 x 11 inch wall cutout and an Arlington recessed LVDR2 2-Gang Combo Electrical/Low-Voltage Box.After installation the mount would not move either up or down regardless of the force applied. I understood about the tension adjustment but there was no way to reach it as shown in the directions without first removing the plastic silver arm covers which I did. Then there appeared to be two adjustment screws, a hex head beneath an open slotted screw. I removed the slotted screw which appeared to serve no purpose and adjusted the hex screw several rotations until it seemed to snug down with no effect. I then called VIVO customer server and spoke with a helpful technician. Turns out the upper screw is nothing but a retainer and I was told that the hex screw moved more easily if the arm was pulled halfway down which turned out to be quite a feat of strength with both my wife and I struggling with it.After numerous more clockwise rotations of the hex screw the arm loosed up and eventually came down. To my dismay it came down 12.5 inches and hit my desk which left me with two solutions 1) remove the recessed TV box, move it up six inches and repair the wall or 2) move it up two inches where it would meet the bottom edge of the TV box and just live with it. For now I'm just gonna live with it but not happy about it.I've read some comments about the TV tilting slightly from the closed and extended position. I find that it does and I believe it is due to tolerances in the pivot joint where the TV end arm bracket meets the TV plate. I tightened it slightly but it didn't help.On a more positive note I was impressed with the little hex wrench, mini level and the assortment of VESA screws that came with the mount. 4
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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