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EASIEST DIY TV MOUNTING KIT
by HangSmartTV.com

Hang Smart is the easiest DIY TV bracket out there. You can use it on any type of wall, and it doesn't require you to find a stud. It's simple to install and holds up to 150 pound or 100" TV. With Hang Smart, you no longer need to hire a professional to mount your TV. Save time and money with this amazing bracket!

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#3 STEPS TO HANG YOUR TV WITH THE EASIEST DIY TV MOUNT!

To hang a TV with Hang Smart, the process is simple and straightforward. Follow the three steps below and call us if you have any questions!

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ATTACH HOOPS TO TV

First, attach the hoops to the back of your TV using the provided screws. Ensure that you're using the correct size screws for your television, as using ones that are too small or large could cause damage to your TV. It's important to make sure that the screws are firmly in place before hanging your television. 

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MOUNT BRACKET 

Next, attach the wall mount to your desired area on drywall using the supplied color coded tape measure with built in level. Make sure you only use the nails for drywall and  screws if mounting to brick or cement. This will ensure the mount is completely secure.  This easy DIY TV mount will hold up to 150lbs or up to a 100" TV.

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HANG YOUR TV

Next, attach the wall mount to your desired area on drywall using the supplied color coded tape measure with built in level. Make sure you only use the nails for drywall and  screws if mounting to brick or cement. This will ensure the mount is completely secure.  This easy DIY TV mount will hold up to 150lbs or up to a 100" TV.

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ALL ABOUT THE BEST DIY TV MOUNT THAT ANYONE CAN USE TO INSTALL THEIR TELEVISION

Are you ready to learn all about the coolest TV wall mount in the world? This amazing new product called Hang Smart TV, hangs up to  100 inch TV or 150 pounds and you don't need a handyman! Not only can you save money but you can also save time because you can do it in just three minutes or even under that if you're quicker. What's in the box?

2 TV Mount Hooks

2 TV Wall Brackets

1 Color Coded Simple Tape Measure

1 Level (attaches to tape measure)

50 Screws, Nails, Spacers and fasteners.

1. Take the color-coded ruler that allows you to easily find out how far apart the screw holes are on the back of your TV.  In this example our TV "VESA" mount pattern align with the pink hole indicators on our tape measure
 

3. Find your TV hooks that are included in the box and find the correct size TV screws that match the back of your TV. Install the loop brackets to the back of your TV. Make sure the screws are tight, but do not over tighten because this will damage your TV. 

4. Grab your color coded tape measure and adhere the level that came in the box to the tape measure. Now if your mounting surface is sheet rock your going to take one of the wall mounts place it on the wall at the desired height, place a nail n the top hole, take your hammer and you're just going to hammer it in lightly. If your mounting into brick or concrete use the top holes with the appropriate screws and anchors.

5. Here's where the level comes into play now that you have the first wall mount secure, stretched out the color coded tape measure and align align the fist pink hole to the first wall mount. Now stretch the tape measure out to the next pink hole and place the mount so that the level on the tape measure is even. Nail in the second Wall mount TV bracket so it is flush. Finish nailing in all the nails as directed.

6. Alright, here's where the magic happens, now that you have your hooks on the back of your TV it is very simple! Align the hooks through the hoops and hang the TV. If the TV is big we recommend you get somebody to help you hang the TV on the wall.

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