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Mount my new TV on wall and hide cables

Posted by Jonathon L.


Redfern NSW 2016, Australia

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Sunday, 10th Dec 2017
I have bought a new Samsung Frame 55" TV with a wall mount for my house. I need it mounted, installed, and for the power cables to be run discreetly along a wall, over door frame to nearest power point and aerial.

The fibre optic cable that comes with the TV is quite sensitive to being bent, so care needs to be taken here.

TV is still in box and the one in the photo is an old one.
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Hi Jonathon, happy to do this for you. I have the right tools and equipment. Please check my profile. I'm available today. Offer includes material to run the cable and Airtasker fee
10 months ago
PowerPoint doesn’t usually get mounted on the ground if that’s not the case. Can you please confirm

No, your picture has a mounting block and PowerPoint on near to the ground. Hence me asking if there’s underfloor access
Oh I see. I can't really tell if it goes under the floor or if it goes behind the skirting board...
Actually, it does look like there is underfloor access! This photo is from another powerpoint, which is probably powering the one in the other photo.
Are you in a house or unit ? Looks like there might be some underfloor access?
House (1900's terrace). No I am not sure if there is underfloor access
Did you see how it runs down to the console, then goes around the door? Or did you miss that because the job was perfect lol
Is this a repost?
Wow that place looks like mine! Not it isn't a re-post. I don't want it running to an entertainment console (there will be nothing against the wall),
Ye thats fine, cables still need to go either up, down, left or right, anyway, looking at about 5 times your current offer including materials.
Forgot to mention my wall is brick.
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