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Sanus Classic MST15-B1

Tilting wall mount for small TVs

Item # 051MST15

The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 is designed for flat-panel TVs up to 26" and holds your display 2" from the wall.

The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 is designed for flat-panel TVs up to 26" and holds your display 2" from the wall.

Discontinued item

Item # 051MST15

About the Sanus Classic™ MST15-B1

The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 is designed for flat-panel TVs up to 26" and holds your display 2" from the wall. This compact mount tilts up or down so you can position your TV to eliminate unwanted glare from windows or other light.
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The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 is designed for flat-panel TVs up to 26" and holds your display 2" from the wall. This compact mount tilts up or down so you can position your TV to eliminate unwanted glare from windows or other light.

Will this mount work with my TV?
Use the Sanus MountFinder™ to see a list of mounts that work with your specific TV.

Where do I drill the holes?
Tell the Sanus HeightFinder™ Installation Assistant how high you want your TV, and it tells you exactly where to drill.

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Product highlights:

  • designed for flat-panel LCD TVs up to 26"
  • accommodates VESA 75, 100, and 200 mounting hole patterns
  • supports up to 50 lbs.
  • holds TV 2" from wall
  • mounting hardware included
  • tilt range: +15° up to -15° down
  • Virtual Axis™ allows smooth tilt motion with the touch of a finger
  • stud-mounting required
  • 8-7/8"W x 6"H x 2-1/16"D
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # MST15-B1

What's in the box:

  • Wall-mount bracket
  • 2 TV brackets
  • Four M4 x 12mm screws
  • Four M6 x 11mm screws
  • Four M6 nuts
  • Two 2-3/4" lag bolts
  • Allen wrench
  • Instruction Manual

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Overview: The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 is a tilting wall-mount bracket for small flat-panel TVs and monitors.

TV Compatibility: The MST15-B1 can accommodate TVs and monitors with screen sizes from 13-26", and weighing up to 50 pounds.

Mounting Bolt Hardware/Pattern: 4mm hardware is included. The mounting bracket will accommodate the following bolt patterns:

  • 75 x 75
  • 100 x 100
  • 200 x 100

Note: Additional hardware may be required for your specific model of TV. For example; shorter or longer screws, thicker or slimmer washers or spacers. These additional accessories can often be found at your local hardware store.

+/-15° Tilt: The Sanus Classic MST15-B1 tilts up & down +/-15°.

Tools Required:

  • Stud finder (stud-mounting required)
  • Punch
  • Level
  • Tape Measure
  • Pencil
  • Phillips-head screwdriver
  • Adjustable wrench
  • Electric drill
  • 7/32" Drill bit

Dimensions:

  • Overall: W = 8.875", H = 6.0", D = 2.0625"
  • Wall Bracket: W = 4.5625", H = 6.0625", D = 1.9375"
  • TV Brackets (2): W = 8.875", H = 1.0", D = 0.125"

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