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65B7 wall mount screw length?

I picked up a 65B7 and want to wall mount it. I have a mount already from my plasma and want to use it, but I need to pick up the right sized screws for the TV. I know I need to get an M6 diameter screw, but I can't find any info on what the proper length and thread pitch is. Can anyone help? Thanks!
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Got this from its owners thread here:

"M6x16 or m6x20. Both seem good, may need a washer with the 20, but otherwise seems perfect"

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If you use any wall mount included plastic spacers along with a single metal washer(which you should always use) into it's mounting bracket then you'll need to account for that added length as well. Good idea once you find the TV's actual screw depth by hand tightening a screw on it's own is to take the TV side mounting bracket and any washers spacers with you to the hardware store to dry fit any additional screw lengths. There's usually loose screws in all of these stores bins and or a slight hole into the bag holding the screws to be able to wiggle one out of the bag to try it. You want everything flush but you don't want to over tighten it. Hand tight and maybe a quarter turn with a screwdriver should be sufficient. Good luck.

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Got this from its owners thread here:

"M6x16 or m6x20. Both seem good, may need a washer with the 20, but otherwise seems perfect"
This is right. I ended up buying pretty much everything between 12 and 30 because I wanted the longest I could get. 20 was the answer for me, but I used a super flat mount w/ no spacers
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Thanks so much to both of you for the help - this is exactly what I needed.
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