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Samsung WMN250M Mini Wall-Mount (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Compatible with your 2012 Samsung TV
  • Compatible with 32-inch to 65-inch Samsung LCD and LED TVs
  • Supports up to 110 pounds
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model Number: WMN250M
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

Mini Wall Mount for Samsung 2012 TVs

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 2.5 x 6.9 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B007IHF5QM
  • Item model number: WMN250M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 8, 2012

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By nwpa on October 7, 2012
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I received this product free with my recent purchase of a Samsung 65 inch LED TV. It's nicely packaged and everything is there for mounting into brick, wood, or concrete. However, if you're like many, you'll be mounting into drywall/sheetrock. If so, you're on your own as the instructions state to contact a "professional installer" for drywall installations.

None the less, being an accomplished DIY'er, I decided to forge on.

Issue 1: The instructions are mostly sketches. Now, I'm all for simplicity, but I studied these documents for about an hour to figure out what was going on. And that's with a degree in engineering under my belt. For a list price of $120, I'd like Samsung to provide clear instructions in English.

I installed the mounts in drywall with Buildex E-Z Mini Drywall Anchors Buildex E-Z Mini Drywall Anchor and they seem solid enough. Now for the fun - not!

Issue 2: It's difficult to see behind a large TV and line up the holes when hanging the TV. Don't think you can get one side mounted and then go to the other. There's not enough "slop" in the system to allow that strategy. The tabs on both sides have to be lined up at the same time to mount the TV. The mounts allow about an eighth of an inch of leeway, so plan on having a strong and patient helper if you're mounting a large LED.

Issue 3: Once hung, the large TV's, like my 65 inch, don't completely swing out at the bottom like they're supposed to. Due to the geometry of the mount, the top of the TV hits the wall before the bottom gets out far enough to engage the mount's built-in prop - used while hooking up wires on the back.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Tarin on August 4, 2012
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I bought this mini mount to hang our new 2012 Samsung 46" slim LED TV (Model UN46ES6580F). The kit contains everything you need to wall mount a VESA compliant flat screen TV. There are two upper wall mounts which are hinged. This is very nice because it allows you to plug cables into the TV after you have hung it, without trying to take it off the wall. There are two lower support pegs which hold the TV away from the wall at the same distance as the upper mounts. The lower left support peg in the Amazon photo shows a metal brace which can be lowered to the horizontal, effectively holding the lower edge of TV away from the wall for you, while you push cables into the already-mounted TV. All normally required bolts and spacers are included. They even include wall anchors and screws, but more on that later.

When hanging any flat screen TV on the wall, it is essential to be aware of where the cables are going to go. In our case, the TV is hanging in front of a staircase which already had a closet under the stairs. The components (receiver, TiVo, Blu-Ray player etc) sit on a shelf in the wall which is open at the back into the closet. Very convenient, but the cable routing needs to be considered. To help with this, I made a full-size template of the TV using sheets of paper, and then marked all of the cable input/output locations, as well as the exact position of the mounting pegs. We taped it to the wall and moved the template around until we were happy with the TV position. I highly recommend this, it was worth all of the effort. There is obviously not much space behind a wall mounted TV and moving it after mounting is very hard, so careful planning is essential.

OK, now some specific Pros and Cons of this kit.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By NFA collector on December 16, 2012
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Several people have complained about the locking piece in the mounts making it virtually impossible to take the TV out of the mounts. It is a very good anti-theft feature but would likely result in the thief breaking the TV while he tried to remove it from the wall. It is also a very good safety feature assuring the TV would never accidentally come out of the mount. If you feel confident enough that you are comfortable removing this locking feature it is simple. The spring steel tabs in the mounts are held to the tilting portion of the mount with two small screws. Before you mount the mounts to the wall simply remove the spring tabs. The mounting procedure will be exactly the same but you will be able to lift the TV off the mounts by simply lining it up and lifting it up and out of the mounts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Allred on January 12, 2013
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I am writing this because I read comments about only concrete or wood attachment. I myself had no problems. Simply marked my holes, drilled and inserted wall anchors for drywall that I had. The only thing I would suggest is getting some right angle HDMI connectors.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Two Tall Jones on March 14, 2014
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This is exactly what I was looking for: a minimal wall mount that allows me to get my 46" TV (Samsung UN46D8000) as close to the wall with as little hardware as possible. The clip that allows you to easily get to the back and manage cables. I ended up installing the option wherein the TV is about 1.5" off the wall. You can choose to get it closer, but I was worried that it would be difficult to get in behind it once mounted if I went with the latter. I found two studs behind my gypsum board wall to mount the TV on, so it's super sturdy. The good folks at Samsung thought it through to place the mounts right about the standard distance between studs (~16").

As others have alluded to, these have to be the worst instructions ever. I'm talking IKEA-levels with the lack of explanatory copy. Even some of the terribly drawn diagrams don't make sense and leave out key steps that you have to figure out own your own. Fo example, I was putting the two bottom pieces on incorrectly. I didn't realize until I hung the TV and it freely swung and wasn't perpendicular to the floor. Nowhere in the instructions did it show adding these 2 additional pieces to make the bottom of the TV rest flush against the wall with respect to the top.

I was also a little peeved that Samsung had already discontinued this wall mount. Seriously? This mount is for TVs that are 2-3 years old at best. I guess I'm a total outlier in that I decided to mount my TV 2.5 years after the initial purchase.
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