Just installed our brand new 2021 65” inch the Frame TV. Was meticulous with measurements and hitting studs. Layout perfect. However, cannot get the hangers to settle in and the magnets to snap to the mount. I feel like I would have to push hard on the screen, which I do not want to even try. What gives? How to make the hangers fall into place like they are intended to? Have a >1.5 cm gap at top; looked back there with an endoscope and don’t see any problem with how silver hangers are engaged with wall mount. Help!
There are a few ratings for this TV on samsung.com already, all horrible due to this new no gap wall mount. I don’t think it’s fair to rate the TV solely based on the problematic wall mounts, but this IS frustrating! Talk to us, Samsung! Calling customer service did no good.
Im having the same issue. Magnets won’t get engage so TV does not lay flat against the wall. It’s tilted down. Any solutions?
I'm having the EXACT same issue. So is anyone else I know with the 2021 frame. the hooks don't sit down in the hanger like the directions say they are supposed to. I don't want to hang down super hard on them either, but maybe you're supposed to, to seat them? customer support on the phone could do nothing to help me. This is crazy, time to respond Samsung
Same issue here. I tried a little bit of force but didn't want to break it. Did Samsung test this design before shipping it to customers? It's pretty weird.
You need to bend out the part that is on the 2 wall mounts where the hangers slide down on. It takes a lot of force to get the hangers to slide all the way down and click into place then it will flatten and engage the magnet. I had the same issue and thought the hangers were connected correctly but realized they were kind of sitting on top of the shiny metal attachment part on the wall brackets. One way to see this is remove the hangers from the TV and just attach them to the wall by themselves. When you pull them all the way down the magnet will engage but if they are sitting on top (still looking secure and safe to hang) the magnet won't work. So I bent the metal on the wall bracket just a little so it has some more breathing space for the TV hanger to slide into and it worked perfectly. I guess the overall solution is to pull down on the hangers not push them closer to the wall and this should work. Hope that helps. The picture below is the bracket fully pulled down past that first metal lip. Mine in the photo have a blue dot on them. Once you get the hangers past that part they will click and then you can push the TV against the wall to engage the magnet.