Use the Standoff Installation method to install hd EZ lock when the fixing screw above or below your HDMI Input is recessed and there is not enough surface area to attach the mounting adapter. This is common with Sony TVs. We recommend that you review the Standard Installation method prior to proceeding.
To reduce the risk of electronic shock to yourself or others, or damage to your equipment, unplug your component from its power source before beginning to install hd EZ lock.
This Installation Method uses the following parts:
Replace the screw above or below your HDMI Input with the M3x.5 10mm Standoff Adapter.
Remove the existing screw above or below your HDMI Input and replace with the M3x.5 10mm Standoff Adapter. Screw the M3x.5 6mm Screw into the end of the Standoff Adapter, but do not tighten completely (leave about 1/8″ gap).
Make sure the supplied M3 Screw/Standoff Adapter matches the thread pattern of the existing screw before replacing it. If the thread pattern is different, contact us for assistance.
Plug in your HDMI Cable and prepare to attach the Mounting Adaptor.
Slide the Main Body over the end of your HDMI Cable. Plug your HDMI Cable into the HDMI Input and make sure the screw above your HDMI Cable has enough space to slide the Mounting Adapter in place (approximately 1/8″).
Make sure the notches on the Main Body are facing away from the chassis.
Attach the Mounting Adapter the your component’s chassis.
Slide the Mounting Adapter over the screw on the end of the Standoff Adapter, above your HDMI Input and tighten the screw using the supplied 2mm hex key.
Make sure the bottom of the Mounting Adapter is against the top of your HDMI Cable.
Insert the Main Body into the Mounting Adapter and tighten to complete your installation.
Slide the Main Body into the gap in the Mounting Adapter. Insert the included 6/32″ set screw into the threaded insert in the Main Body and, using your fingers to guide the Main Body, use the 1/16″ hex key to tighten the set screw tight enough to grip your HDMI Cable.
Do not over tighten. Tighten until you feel resistance, then an additional two to three turns is enough to hold firmly in place.