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Wall mount for oled 65EF9500 ? Odd size?


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I want to move my 65EF9500 from a flat wall to a corner where it would need to swing out, aka articulated, but every bracket i find says it is not compatible with the 65EF9500?  Is there something non-standard about this early OLED model?  Can anyone recommend a corner wall mount bracket?

 

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