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The Frame 32” 2020 tilting/twisting Wall Mount Solution

(Topic created on: 06-12-2020 07:28 PM)
Chris_mac
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I want to get my 32" Frame on the wall but require it to be angled to view so the flat mount the comes with it isn't suitable.

 

Has anyone found a way of mounting to an adjustable wall mount?

 

I have spoken to Samsung live chat and they've just tons me it's not VESA mountable but offered no other solution.

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Bjorn10
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That's much appreciated, Arena75! Hope it works out well for you J

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Maurice771
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me neither. I'm a happy Samsung customer, but the Frame 32 inch I bought, I am disappointed about the fact that is not 'no gap' at all. Even worse so, it is communicated that it is, but it comes with the connect me box, which isn't that obvious at all when you order it. Otherwise very happy with the TV and its functionality, but this topic would have made me not buying this thing if I would have known this upfront. so all in all, unhappy

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Maurice771
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did it work?

 

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Arena75
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Yes!!! Like a dream!!! 👍🏼

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zecis
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We received our 32" Frame today... it was dead on arrival, but in the instructions are the precise measurements of the screw holes to make up a mounting board to fit the screen onto an existing VESA mount - as per the scan here. I think (as getting the existing mount securely on the wall was a bit of a mission, I am going to make up some strips of metal, or a piece of thin ply, then mount that to the TV and the VESA mount that works absolutely fine and is fixed to the wall perfectly

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welshstew
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I found this thread really useful.  It may be a bit extreme but I wanted to have the TV sit vertical for the majority of the time, and pull it out when I needed to use it.  It's not a perfect solution, but I combined a DQ rotate triple L

along with the metal bars of the Sanus (not quite) full motion tv wall mount mentioned (linked here).

 

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Jack1812
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Hi,  I had the same problem and found that the VOGELS THIN 545 White Ultra Thin will sort it.  The horizontal bars stretch up to 600 mm so will cover the weird fixings on the frame.  This item costs a lot of money but looks good to me.  I tried the small version (the 445) but the bars are not wide enough.  I have ordered today and will post again if I get any problems.

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Severton
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Hi - sorry I’m late the the party. I just got the frame, 32” for the bedroom. I need to be able to mount it on the wall with a full motion bracket.  I only have the tv currently (no brackets etc).

 

Has anyone discovered a mount that will work? If so, do they have a link to it? Thanks.

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Arena75
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Hi Severton, have a look back through this feed & follow the guy who bought the amazon bracket...I copied him & you can see how mine turned out. Unfortunately it’s sold out on Amazon. But I’m sure there’ll be other places you can find it. 
SANUS F180C-B2 VuePoint Mounting Kit for LCD/Plasma Panel 47-70-Inch https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01I9UE026/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_BcL9Fb41FHXX2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Skweek57
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Hi Arena75,

Thanks for this thread! I’m in the same case here and am looking for a twisting mount for The Frame.

I find one the advantage of original mount provided by Samsung is that it creates a zero gap with the wall. Can you please share how much of a gap there is with this custom setup with the Sanus? In case you have a picture of the finished setup with the TV on the wall, that would be super useful :smiling-face:


On a side note, I’ve seen the 2021 edition of the Frame has been announced at CES. If anyone has any information regarding its potential compatibility with VESA, I’m interested!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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