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Sure, I don't see why not. All the AC coils are behind and underneath but I'd use sheet metal screws (no chance of penetrating the inner wall) as I'm not a fan of rivets. Inside the fridge wall it's just full of spray foam. Puncturing the inner wall is more of an aesthetic concern then worrying you might be causing some giant loss in efficiency. Consider ...


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Yes it can.* *Your mileage may vary. Using a 3/4" plywood backboard spanning 3 studs, I used 18 3" long 1/4" diameter self drilling screws (6 on each stud, 3 above and below the mount respectively) to mount it. 3" screws were used because of a double layering of 5/8" drywall behind the plywood. Large flat washers were used to bite the screws onto the ...


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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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Edit - Here are two sources for strips - MyWhiteBoards and MagnetValley. However these strips are magnetic but should be equal or better than "magnetic receptive" material. Original post - It sounds like you want a surface similar to a dry-erase white board. MyWhiteBoards is a source for flexible, magnetic, dry-erase wall covering. Although it is called ...



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