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post #1 of 9 Old 03-06-2008, 05:58 AM - Thread Starter
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I purchased a Sharp Aquos TV (Model # LC-32D44U) and table mount stand. There were no screws in the kit and I'm having no luck finding a place to order them. Can anyone steer me in the right direction? Please?

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Contact the Dealer you bought it from!
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hardware store?... they are probably just a flat head metric screw... as long as you get the right size it won't be a problem.... measure and buy a couple of differnent screws around the size of your measurement.

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No I've been where you are dude!!!

Capped screws using allen key the size is 6mm by 20mm .

You can buy them at loews or Home depot for like .95 cents each. Sharp will charge you like 19 bucks for 8 screws


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This is very late (4 years) but may help someone some day. For my Sharp LC52D64U stand:

Arm to base: 4 - M6 x 35mm
TV to arm: 4 - M5 x 16mm

BTW: base model CDAI-A418WJ36 fits just as well as the original CDAI-A376WJ32 and is usually cheaper on ebay.
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Thanks for this post - it certainly helped me after losing some parts during a recent move!!
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Thanks from me too - lost the screws to the base that I haven't used for 5 years (moved a couple times too). This worked on an LC-46D64U. It's still mounted right now so I'm not 100% on the length of the screw but the diameter was correct.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/M5-0-8-x-16-mm-Zinc-Plated-Pan-Head-Phillips-Drive-Machine-Screws-3-Pieces-80138/202210110#.Uc3sAZyOBac
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This post helped me out a great deal. I am glad I found this before I went to the store and guessed. Daviage your sizes appear to work. You may have been late but it helped me.
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it works fine with my LC-60LE630M too..missing the screws pack when i bought
thanks guys!!!
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