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Designed to Maximize Space
Kanto audio & video component wall shelves are designed to maximize space and minimize mess. Tempered glass shelves hold your DVD, satellite or cable box while the black anodized aluminum frame contains a built-in wire management system to protect and conceal cables. The shelves are easy wall mount and provide a sleek alternative to a traditional TV stand, especially when mounted below your HDTV.
Read these instructions fully before installation of this mount. If you do not understand these directions, or have any doubts about the safety of the installation, please consult a qualified installation contractor to install this mount. Make sure there are no defective or missing parts. Do not use defective parts. If you are uncertain if the part is defective call Kanto AV Systems directly at 1-888-848-2643. Kanto AV Systems can not be liable for property damage or injury caused by incorrect mounting, incorrect assembly, lifting or incorrect use of this product. This product should not be mounted on steel stud walls or old cinder block walls. Consult a qualified installation contractor if you are unsure about the type of wall you may have. We make every effort to assure all necessary hardware is included. If there is hardware missing please call Kanto AV Systems directly at 1-888-848-2643. Required Tools: 1/8" wood drill bit, 5/16" masonry bit for brick or concrete installations and Phillips screwdriver. Step 1: Assemble. Step 2: Mounting the wall plate. Make sure the supporting surface will support the load limits outlined in the opening paragraph. The layer of wall material (i.e. drywall) may not exceed 5/8 inch in thickness. Do not over tighten Lag Bolts. Tighten lag bolts until Wall Plate is a snug flat against the wall. Each lag bolt must be located in the center of a wood stud (use an awl or thin nail for locating the stud edges to determine the center). Make sure the brick or cinder block is at least 1 3/8" thick. Do not drill into motor joints. Do not over tighten Lag Bolts. Tighten lag bolts until Wall Plate is a snug fl at against the wall. Make sure the anchor is seated completely flush with the concrete surface even if there is another layer of material, such as drywall. If drywall is over 5/8" thick custom lag bolts must be used. Concrete must be a minimum of 2000psi in density. Step 3: Attach to wall plate.
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