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Tower fan 07586 parts (screws)

I purchased a Tower Fan (model 07586) yesterday, and someone had removed the screws to attach the base to the fan. I want to pick up a couple at a hardware store. The manual refers to the screws as "M5x12". Are the screws machine thred or self tapping? What is the size? (is the M5x12 a number 5, half inch?) Any help is appreciated.

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I have an Aloahbreeze Tower Fan. The remote control does not work,I put new batteries in and it still does not work. I am disabled and need the remote. It was a gift, as I have no income, so I cannot buy a new Tower Fa. Thank you, Sheila Pike Model No. 84001(FZ25-)

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The M5 indicate it is a metric size and the 12 is the length. I had the same problem when I unpacked my fan and was able to buy two M5-16 screws from my local hardware stoe for 45 cents a piece. In case your asked, they have an 80 pitch.

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