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What type of screws are used to secure the TV to the base

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Although the base is plastic the holes where screws go are normally always metal fixed thread like grub screws, most tv use similar fixtures to fit tv to base , I would pop along to a electrical store and try and look at the screws used to fix the tv that are on display and compate a few, then try buying a set of 1/4 inch pan head metal thread screws from DIY store

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    Although the base is plastic the holes where screws go are normally always metal fixed thread like grub screws, most tv use similar fixtures to fit tv to base , I would pop along to a electrical store and try and look at the screws used to fix the tv that are on display and compate a few, then try buying a set of 1/4 inch pan head metal thread screws from DIY store

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