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Master Geek
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Topic # 185722 2-Dec-2015 20:43
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slightly desperate question. Helping out an elderly neighbour (in a resthome) who has moved rooms. her tv was wall mounted, but is now off the wall. The original stand was found...but of course  the five screws that attached the base to the tv were not!. I cant find the precise model online as a schematic or manual- it is a VN37A3LED. 

it takes 5 bolts, not huge of course wondering if anyone can suggest the size...somehow....or I'll have to take the TV in I suppose!


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 1439607 2-Dec-2015 22:16
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Have you tried emailing the Warehouse and asking them?

They might be able to tell you. I have always found their customer service to be pretty good.

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  Reply # 1439613 2-Dec-2015 22:23
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Your local store should be able to order them in. All they need is the model number


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  Reply # 1439631 3-Dec-2015 00:59
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Usually they are M6 screws but you need to know the length 

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1439688 3-Dec-2015 08:14
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thanks all, will try warehouse

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1500032 26-Feb-2016 17:09
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How did you go? I have the exact same problem :)


I've got sets of screws from other things that seem to be the same size but are a different thread. I think I'm gonna have to take the stand into a hardware store.

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