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I recently purchased a LN52A550P3F Lcd Tv. I am using an Omnimount wall mount that was taken from my original TV (that I just replaced) Problem: I discarded the various size screws originally included with this mount (at the time they were not needed) Now I have no idea of what size /length screw to use to connect the Bracket Arm to the back of the TV.

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Had the same problem. I went to bestbuy and they gave me the four screws and plastic spacers needed free of charge yesterday...

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