The VESA standard defines dimensions of a TV’s four-hole attachment interface and the screws used to fit those holes. For attachment to VESA mounts, this invariably means the hole pattern should be centered on a TV’s back (denoted in a VESA label with the letter “C” as in VESA FDMI MIS-D, 100, C).Click to see full answer. In respect to this, where are the mounting holes on my TV?Locate the four holes in the back of your television, you just need to measure these from left to right and top to bottom. By now you should know the horizontal and vertical distance, between the holes and therefore the VESA size of your TV.Likewise, how do you mount a TV if the studs aren’t centered? Step 1: Determine your television placement on the wall and mount plywood if needed. Using your stud finder, mark in pencil the placement of your studs. Step 2: Purchase your television mounting hardware. Step 3: Use drywall saw to cut small holes to run the cords down. Also question is, does TV have to be centered on wall mount? It isn’t necessary to center the mount on the studs. As long as you hit the studs, you’ll be fine. Make sure you locate them as accurately as possible.What TV mount fits my TV?You can measure the distance between the mounting holes on the back of your TV to figure out your TV’s VESA pattern, and then search for TV mounts with that same VESA pattern. An easier way to determine what TV wall mount fits a TV is to use the SANUS MountFinder tool (http://shop.sanus.com/en_US/mountfinder).