here is a little shematic about how to fix a flat TV on a frige
think that the behind pairs of magnets normaly doesn't need to be glued, (depending on the wood hight)  but the front ones would !
you car use super glue,, or hot sticks glue, an you can also put a kind off tissue or paper gued on the hard disk magnets in contact with the fridge to prevent marking it !
What if the fridge is stainless steel?<br>
... you now the answer , so why do you ask?
<br> Are you going to do it then?<br> <br> L<br>
not for the moment but i may will with a 7 inches one, so not that complex, less weight!<br>it is just a reply for a com in another instructable somebody asking how to do it, so i did the scheme to explain...<br>why did you ask, you need to do one and need help?<br>just ask man and i will tell you<br>i speak FR, ENG and ES (i am FR)<br>regards, Mich.
I wondered whether you'd wanted one of these, the door of a fridge is often not in a good place to watch TV, and the viewing angle is hard to adjust.<br> Thanks for the information!<br> <br> L<br>
good day,<br>as i told just upper, it is for answering to some one asking if it was possible to do in another post !<br>i know for angles, but with new OLED, no problem !!! and in my case if i do it it is only to stream on it (is it common here not to say hello and good bye when posting ?????)<br>regards.
<br> There's nowt wrong with saying hello and goodbye when posting, but it's not common.<br> <br> L<br>

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