13-07-2020 09:24 AM in
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.
18-03-2023 07:17 PM in
I wish I had read the reviews about this before I bought the tv as well, the box that comes with it, the non vesa compatible, can’t believe they even sell it for the price they do, Samsung make a compatible mount for this tv please!!!! Not to mention I still don’t even understand how to use it, I just plugged in the roku. I can’t get the tv to stay on with the art, eventually it just turns itself off, ugh guess I’ll have to actually read the directions. This thread has been super helpful I bought 2 different mounts to get 360 and portrait landscape, im gonna try to frankenstein them together like I read some others did and I’ll let you know what products I used if it works!!
04-04-2023 03:23 AM in
@LosAngelesGuy that is such a clever solution. Well done!
Not directly applicable to help, but I would love to buy one set of flat mount if one of you guys end up scrapping after mounting. Please message me if you want to make some money from your unused mount. We can list on eBay or something? Thanks!
09-04-2023 11:32 AM in
Can anyone here tell me where I can get a wall mount for the 2021 32inch frame tv. Apparently it was in the box with the tv but we didn’t find it. Can’t seem to find a solution. Thank you
20-07-2023 03:57 PM in
I am posting this here as i found it to be the most useful site for discussions around the Samsung Frame 32 mounting issues. I echo many comments here when i too would not have bought this if i had known what an absolute pain it would be to mount. The TV was for my Mum's kitchen, and there was a requirement to have the TV slightly off the wall. Long story short, lots and lots of searching - i came across this. It can accommodate VESA width of up to 600mm so the 582mm distannce is fine. It supports up to 50Kg - so given the TV actually weighs around 5.something Kg we are well within tolerance. Not sure if it helps anyone, but i have finally been able to remove the bracket the joiner installed (capable of holding a 55inch TV) and have a piece of wood on the plasterboard/drywall spanning the studs in the wall. And ..... and .... the one connect box. I knew it had one - I have one for my 55inch TV. The only difference is - the aerial for the terrestrial signal still goes direct to TV, yet the HDMI and other connections go to the one connect box. This TV appears ill thought out. And the "artwork" is not bright enough - i have turned off all Samsung's energy saving features and ramped up the brightness - it is just about ok. Never again - next time, i'll buy a standard 32inch TV and also buy a picture - less hassle
1 x LED02BLK LED Wall Flat Bracket