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I know I saw a tv mount that would allow for a TV to be mounted over a fireplace, which could be pulled outward from the wall and then downward for a better viewing angle. But I've searched the Internet and cannot find one. It was on either DIY or HGTV on that new products show out of Las Vegas, maybe???

asked Oct 17 '13 at 21:46

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this isn't a direct answer to your question, but i'd advise against storing a tv above a fireplace if the fireplace is used. though most of the soot goes up through the chimney, there might be a chance that there is build up on and in the TV over time; secondly, the heat that is put off from a roaring fire is certainly not good for electronics. but hey - it's all up to you.

a website for you to take a gander at is www dnyamic mounting dot (com)

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answered Nov 11 '13 at 15:32

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