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HOW TO INSTALL A MOTORIZED FLIP DOWN TV LIFT

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HOW TO INSTALL A MOTORIZED FLIP DOWN TV LIFT

We talk with a lot of professionals who are designing homes for clients that are fortunate enough to have an attic. But what if you don't?, Firgelli has a product that will work in both applications, with or without space in the ceiling above to hide your TV

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How to Make a Drop Down TV Lift

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How to Make a Drop Down TV Lift

In our kitchen we have these cupboards above the sink, we thought it would be a great idea to see if we could build a simple drop down TV lift that would drop down from the cabinet by remote control

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New Drop Down TV Lift From Firgelli Automations

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New Drop Down TV Lift From Firgelli Automations

Check out this sneak peak of Firgelli Automations brand new drop down TV lift that will be selling in the near future.  This new drop down lift offers a smooth and quiet operation along with a simple installation process.  It comes with universal TV mounting brackets and can be operated by remote control.  Drop down TV lifts are the perfect solution when space is at a premium and you still want a TV in the room.

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Now You Can Hang Your TV Where You Want and Hide it at the Touch of a Button

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Looking for a solution to the age-old argument about where to hang the TV?  Take a look at this creative solution that hides the TV inside the wall!   A track linear actuator lifts the painting up and down to reveal a flat screen TV.  Thank you to our customer André for sharing this great project.

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Build a Flip Down TV Lift You Can Be Proud Of

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In this post we are going to show you how we built a flip down in ceiling TV lift using a linear actuator, some brackets, a remote control, and a power supply.  Many of our customers have used actuators to create inexpensive TV lifts in homes, offices, cars, and boats.

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