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I have one of the Omni 40 mounts.
I love it. The unit is dead quiet and works very well. I'm in for a second one.
What a fool believes he sees.
No wise man has the power to reason away. Doobie Brothers
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darksidecookies wrote:Think twice before purchasing a Level Mount, especially the "Level Mount DC37SJ Full Motion Mount for 10-47" Flat Panel TVs."
I purchased one for my 46" TV. Both the UL label on the mount and the instructions list a maximum screen size of 42". While my TV is far under the *claimed* max supported weight, I don't feel safe at all using this thing. On top of that, the level bubble on the mount arrived broken.
I tried contacting support weeks ago about both issues, but received no response. Terrible customer service for a falsely-advertised product. No wonder they spam w00t with these things. It appears I'll just have to eat the cost...
If your item arrived broken, definitely try to contact the manufacturer for a replacement. With regards to CS, if you got an automated case number you should have heard back within 1-2 business days about your issue (and if you got no case number they probably didn't get your email). We also recommend people check their spam folders. For sure we don't want people waiting "weeks" to hear back from email@example.com, so if you've got a case number go ahead and mail again and see what can be done.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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searchneverend wrote:I bought the Omni power 40 last time it was here. While max weight is 66lbs, the note on box says max screen size shouldnt be bigger than 42". I contacted woot and the manufacturer. They told me that due to smaller tv weights, now you have use it for upto 46". I dont know how that works but i went and hanged it anyways. Gotta say i love it. Although like the other guy stated, I have a samsung led tv 46" (19.8lbs) and it requires the 8MM bolts(standard), so once again i called the manufacturer and they said they will ship me the correct hardware in a few days, but surprising I never heard from them again. So i went to hardware store and it cost me $7.00 for 5 screws.
P.S. there are 2 screws on the bottom of wall mount that needs to be tightened once the back plate on tv is inserted into it and its a pain in the a$$ to aline those 2 or even tighten them. So once again i had to go and buy another bolts of small size to fit it.
While it works for now, i dont think i'll be buying another one unless its my only option
Woot: Why U No sell HDMI cables longer than 6'?? I'm in dire need of atleast a 15' cable but no freaking way I would pay $50+ for it, are they crazy or what?
here you go. 8.99 for a 15' hdmi at amazon. ships prime if you have it, or 3.50 if you don't.
to the woot staff member that screwed up the back2skool code so I could get a lot of nice things for free - thank you.