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I need 4 screws for the pedestal assembly, can you thee me the size?

Screw size (diameter x length x thread type)

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Take out 5 HEX head screws and one black screw from jack pack cover. the pedestal will slide out from bottom. You do not need to remove jack pack cover as it is part of entire back panel.

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Hey there,
The screws for the tv are metric.
I would suggest the screws supplied with the shelf are not metric.
Try some new ones.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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M8 - according to a document I found online for a Toshiba mounting bracket kit for their LCD TVs the bolt size is M8. It should be easily available in a large hardware store or place that sells large flat screens.
Make sure you hand tighten it into the mounting hole before attaching any brackets, to judge the proper depth for tightening. Over-tightening with a long bolt could damage the TV.

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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