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    Help needed: PG278Q screws!

    Hello there,

    About two years ago I had to unscrew the monitor's stand to put it on the wall. I am now trying to put it back on the stand, and of course I can't find the four screws, or the rubbery covers that go on top of them. Could someone please advise what sort of screws I need to buy? I assume rubbery covers are non-replaceable...

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    Chris

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    Aren't those the same holes used for the VESA wall mount? If so they should be M4, maybe M6.
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    Yes, but I am more interested in their prescribed length

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    Ah, I see. I don't have one for comparison but most OEM screws are about 10mm. You just need enough bite to hold the stand on. Since you already have longer screws that fit you could thread one in carefully until it bottoms out and make a mark on it to see how much depth you have to work with.
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