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ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

Purchased TV model ns-32D310NA21. Missing two 4mm x 14mm tapping screws for the base attachment. I can't seem to find them in my local Home Depot. Do these screws go by another name/measurement?
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Re: ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

Hello, BBuyUser195648,

 

I hope your evening is going great. Thank you for reaching out to us here on our Forums. I had to put together a TV stand last week and I was missing some screws so I can understand how you are feeling. That is a great question! Self tapping screws refer to the tip of the screw and are the standard screws and typically used on wood drilling screws have a more flat tip and are usually used on harder surfaces. You should be able to find the screws any where. You can just search for 4mm x 14mm screws. If you need any more assistance just reach out. 

 

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Re: ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

I have been searching online for 4mm x 14mm screws and nothing comes up. Can you try the search and tell me if you get different results?
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Re: ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

Thank you for your reply. If you put in a search they may come us as 4M x 14mm screws those would be the same size. 

 

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Re: ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

Thank you. I will try that.
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Re: ns-32D310NA21 tapping screws?

No problem than you for reaching out. 

 

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