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Frankly, in an older home like yours seems to be, I would not try to correct so small a sag. But at the same time, so small a sag should be easy to fix. Yes, the typical solution is just what you propose -- place one or two 6' jacks in the basement below the sag and span them with a 4x4, underlying 2 or more joists. And yes, cracked plaster is a risk. ...


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The adjustment is usually under on the wall part of the bracket. The bracket needs to be plumb in both planes (kind of left and right and then forward and backward). The better brackets are bolted back to the wall and then micro adjusted (via small adjustment grub screws) in all planes until absolutely spot on. Then assuming no play in the arm, all should ...


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There may be an adjustment screw to counter the gravity on the articulated arm. The silver screw in the picture closest to the back of the TV comes to mind as being an adjustment, but then again, you may need to slip the covers off the bracket on the wall, loosen them up a turn, tilt the bracket the other way and tighten the screws back up. The down side to ...


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This really depends on the degree to which the bed posts are out of level, the floor type you are using and the diameter of the post contact on the ground. It sounds like you are going wood posts, what I would do there is to get a few Cork or rubber Adhesive floor protectors (like below) The problem there, is that you need to find material which is ...



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