Intro: HOW TO MOUNT a TV ON a TV CART (LOCTEK P2)?
Sometimes it always seems impossible until it is done, and in this same light, nothing is as easy as an accomplished task. How will we be able to know all this if we do not try? Like any other task in life, mounting a TV on a TV cart has no harm; if done with a helping hand and with a monitor below 99Ibs (45kg). To begin this simple task, continue by reading these instructions diligently and following these steps;
Step 1: INSTALLATION OF BASE
Go straight away to unfolding the base. Use screws and washers to define the shape and tighten with a hex key.
Move on to screw the wheels into the base. Make sure the wheels are locked before screwing.
Step 2: INSTALLATION OF AV SHELF
Begin by attaching the AV shelf brackets of the LOCKET P2 TV cart to the AV shelf. To acquire a good height for the AV shelf, slide the shelf up around the bottom of the mast.
Step 3: ATTACH THE MAST TO THE BASE
Simply attach the mast using four appropriate screws and washers. Carry on to removing the perforated holes in the mast and inserting the decorative cable guide.
Step 4: INSTALL TV PANEL
Screws on both sides of the mast of the LOCKET P2 TV cart should be loosened and the inner part pulled up, to extend to any desired height.
Continue by attaching the TV bracket to the upper part of the mast, make sure it is tight enough and add the decorative plastic edging. Slide the rectangular plastic washer around the camera stand and screw in both knob screws into the back of the mast and also the back of the TV mount.
Step 5: INSTALL THE CAMERA SHELF
The camera shelf, which is very important for conferencing is installed by simply attaching the shelf extension to the camera shelf by using two screws and two nuts.
Step 6: MOUNTING YOUR TV
Connect the mounting arms to the back of your TV; make sure the screws are tightly fastened before hanging your TV on the LOCKET P2 TV cart. After this is done ensure the safety locks on the bottom of the mount are engaged, and then stick the magnetic safety release strings out of the view.
With these steps followed completely, you now have a safe and stable base support for your TV, with mounting brackets that allow for a -2~10 degree screen tilt to maximize the viewing angle.