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Sanus VXT7

Expandable tilt wall mount for flat-panel TVs 40"-110"

Item # 051VXT7B

A simple wall-mount solution for your big TV. The VXT7 supports up to 300 lbs., and can be tilted for optimal viewing.

A simple wall-mount solution for your big TV. The VXT7 supports up to 300 lbs., and can be tilted for optimal viewing.

Item # 051VXT7B

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$204.99

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About the Sanus VXT7

A simple mount for larger TVs

The Sanus VXT7 wall-mount was designed for TVs ranging from 40" all the way up to 110" in screen size. This heavy-gauge steel mount can support up to 300 lbs. The mount has a tilt range of +7° to -10°, so you can position your set for optimal viewing.

A simple mount for larger TVs

The Sanus VXT7 wall-mount was designed for TVs ranging from 40" all the way up to 110" in screen size. This heavy-gauge steel mount can support up to 300 lbs. The mount has a tilt range of +7° to -10°, so you can position your set for optimal viewing.

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:

  • for TVs 40" to 110" in screen size
  • heavy-gauge steel construction
  • tilt range: +7° to -10°
  • holds TV 2-3/16" from wall
  • supports up to 300 lbs.
  • stud-mounting required
  • includes mounting hardware
  • 30"W x 17-9/16"H x 2-3/16"D
  • weight: 10.5 lbs.
  • warranty: 10 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # VXT7B2

What's in the box:

  • Wall-plate bracket
  • 2 TV brackets
  • 4 Extension brackets
  • Four M6x12mm bolts
  • Four M6x35mm bolts
  • Four M8x16mm bolts
  • Four M8x25mm bolts
  • Four M8x35mm bolts
  • Four M8x50mm bolts
  • Four M6/M8 washers
  • Four 2.5mm spacers
  • Four 5mm spacers
  • Four 22mm spacers
  • 8 Extension washers
  • 8 Hex-nuts
  • Eight 5/16" x 2-3/4" lag-bolts
  • 8 Concrete anchors
  • Hex-key
  • Wall-Plate Template
  • Instruction Manual

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TV Compatibility: The Sanus Premium Series VXT7 wall-mount bracket supports 40" to 110" flat-panel TVs that weigh up to 300 lbs. It positions your TV just 2.5" from the wall for a clean, flush appearance. The TV must also meet the following VESA and screw size requirements.

  • VESA Sizes: 200mm x 200mm to 600mm x 400mm
  • Screw Size: M6 or M8

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.

Heavy-Gauge Steel Construction: The Sanus VXT7 features heavy-gauge steel construction that provides maximum support to ensure your wall-mounted flat-panel TV stays securely in place.

Adjustments: The Sanus Premium Series VXT7 bracket offers the following adjustments for your wall-mounted TV.

  • Tilt: If your TV has to be mounted low below a structure or high above a mantle or fireplace, you can tilt it 7° up or 10° down for the perfect viewing angle. You can also tilt the your TV for better access to wires and cables. The maximum tilt range will depend on size of TV.
  • Level: You can also raise and lower the the sides of the TV by a full inch to make sure the television is level once it is mounted on the wall.
  • Lateral: You can slide your TV from side-to-side on the VXT7 bracket for perfect center positioning on the wall.

Dual-Stud Installation: The wall bracekt must be mounted to two wall studs (16" on-center) or anchored to a solid concrete or concrete block wall using the supplied lag bolts (and wall-anchors).

  • Drywall & Wood Stud Notes: Wood studs should measure at least 2" x 4" (nominal) or 1.5" x 3.5" (actual). The wood studs should be spaced apart 16" on-center. The VXT7 does not support 24" on-center wall studs. Drywall covering thickness should not exceed 5/8".
  • Concrete Block Wall Notes: Minimum concrete block size of 8" x 8" x 16" is required. Minimum solid concrete thickness of 8" is a requirement.

Installation Tools: The following tools are recommended for installing the VXT7 wall-mount TV bracket -

  • Tape measure
  • Tape
  • Stud finder
  • Level
  • Drill
  • Drill bit (7/32" bit for wood or 3/8" bit for masonry)
  • 1/2" Socket wrench
  • Awl
  • Screw driver
  • Hammer
  • Pencil

UL Certification: The Sanus Premium Series VXT7 wall-mount TV bracket has been Safety Tested and UL Certified.

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Does mount slide from side to side to center a tv?
[ Michael  Feb 13, 2020 ]
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Yes, the two vertical TV brackets can slide side-to-side to center the TV, just like any other TV-mount. For very heavy TV's (150 lbs +) I suggest applying a thin bead of white lithium grease on the right and left sliding rails to make the sliding very smooth and effortless.Enter an answer to this question.
[ Patrick  Feb 13, 2020 ]

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