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Mounting TV Someone told me to but 1/4'' buy 1 1/2'' bolts to mount my 50 in panasonic plasma. The wholes in the back of the TV swollow those bolts. What size do I need?

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Re: Mounting TV

They are a metric size, call Panosonic, I belive 8 x 15mm

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Assume you are mounting on the wall, if so a good mount will have the standard bolts in the package. If this is a used mount, you will need to determine the length based on the mount, the bolt size is either 1/4" or 5/16", probably the latter.

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