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Before proceeding with assembly, verify the following contents:
Left and Right Speaker Arms
OPEN END OF SPEAKER ARM SUPPORT PAD
RIGHT SPEAKER ARM SHOWN
(2) Flat Support Pads
(2) Allen Wrenches
(2) SpeakerMount Screws
Slide one Support Pad into the open end of the Right-Side Speaker Arm, as shown in the drawing. Repeat for the Left-Side Speaker Arm.These Support Pads help distribute the weight of the Modulus TV Bracket across the top of your television. NOTE:There are two types of Support Pads. Use only the type that provides the best support of the bracket for the contour of your television. See Step 5.
(2) Angle Support Pads (2) Wire-Guide Tabs
(2) Angle Spacers
(2) Flat Spacers
(4) Spacer Screws
SPEAKER-WIRE ACCESS HOLE
LEFT ARM (FRONT VIEW)
INSTALLING THE BRACKET
Slide the Left- and Right-Side-Arm Assemblies into the ends of the Center Strut with the Speaker-Wire Access Hole toward the rear.The Modulus TV Bracket is designed to hide the Speaker Wires by running them through the Center Strut and out the Speaker-Wire Access Hole.To help support the wire, attach the two Wire-Guide Tabs to the Center Strut by clipping them into place. Run the open end of the excess Speaker Wire from each Arm Assembly out through the Speaker-Wire Access Hole.
RIGHT SPEAKER ARM
If you wish to conceal the Speaker Wires, run the wires through each Arm Assembly before proceeding (remember to leave enough wire to run through the center strut).The underside of each speaker arm has two wiring tunnels that provide passage of the wire through the entire assembly. Do not cut wires until installation of bracket is complete. Use maximum of 16-gauge wire.