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Wall mount bracket

Can you please tell me how fit the bracket to the tv as there are no instructions. There are no actual holes in the back of the tv but there are 4 circles on the back of the tv ,do we have to carefully drill these out as they are were the screw holes are on the mounting braket.

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    cannot find screws to fit this 19" tv/dvd combo unit anywhere

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We took the television back to Argos and swapped it for another tv

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