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  • TV on wall, cables though to other side
  • Premier Icon martinhutch
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    This is what my Cable looks like:

    Premier Icon FB-ATB
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    You don’t want to see the cable I’ve just laid.

    Premier Icon Poopscoop
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    If the op cuts a 42″ hole won’t that be too big even allowing for the bezel? TV sizes are measured diagonally so he might be able to get away with a 40″ hole depending upon bezel? Of course that is also dependant upon the op cutting the hole to the same aspect ratio of a modern WS tv. So either 16:9 or 1.78:1.

    Someone needs to check this out with a bit of Pythagoras? I know someone will.

    Also want to say I love this thread. This is what stw is all about.

    If the op cuts a 42″ hole won’t that be too big even allowing for the bezel?

    Maybe, but it would ruin the joke if the hole was any other size.

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    Good point perchy and that is why you are the genius of the joke on stw!

    Why not mount the TV on the ceiling and run the cables through the loft? Nice and neat and easy to watch in bed…

    For a proper job, cut a hole in the ceiling – pass the Tv through and hang it on wires attached to the rafters. Then plasterboard around the back of the TV and paint it all in so it looks nice.

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    The previous owners of our house knocked a fist sized hole through the wall to pass the plug for the TV through 🤦🏿‍♂️

    Expanding foam and a bit of filler and it’s fine now!

    cb200
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    Cut the blue wire. DO NOT CUT THE BROWN WIRE.

    cb200
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    Or is it the other way round?

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