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Trutech 16190 Wall mounting

I want to hang my Tv on the wall, but lost the screws. I can't find a screw that fits the holes on the back of the TV set. Does anyone know the correct size of the screw that I should use, and correct thread too?

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They are usually designated in Metric sized screws.

Find the closest standard screw to your size, and go into home depot and ask for some help finding the metric. Get the closest to and one above and below, since they should be 15c each and through process of elimination, you will find it. The length should be no longer than 1 inch.

Unfortunately that is all the info I can give you as there is no cut sheets or manuals to refer to. This brand is a Target brand that they have had multiple manufacturers make.

Please see this link for some interesting info about this.

http://www.iconnectdots.com/ctd/2007/05/targets_trutech.html


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