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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think it is probably a metric bolt. Maybe a 10 or 12 MM. There aren't many if any consumer electronics manufactured in the US anymore, and most use metric screws and bolts. Check one of the bolts from that table stand to see what it is. That will tell you if it is metric or standard.
Best of luck.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
here is the owner manual. look on page 16 and you will see one way to wall mount. Ragarding the size of the bolts needed, go to the hardware store and get one bolt of each size close to what u think u need and use the trial and error method. OR go to an electronics store and ask one of the techies. Be nice and they will help u for free.
Posted on May 02, 2009
The bolts that hold the wall mount bracket to the TV vary in size depending on the manufacturer of the tv you have.
The best thing to do is to purchase a wall mount bracket specifically made for your TV.
It may be possible that your owners manual will list the size of the bolts you will need.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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