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Need Screws for SOVA LCD TV

I purchased a 32' SOVA LCD TV and never needed to used the stand until now. I cannot find the screws that connects the TV to the stand. The type is DSV32P112 and the model number is LT32D1P1. Can I order the screws online or can you tell me what size they are so that I can purchase them from a hardware store.

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    Need the size of the screws for my sova 32 too.

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