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By Curtis on February 21, 2015
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once you set the screws just right you can adjust the tilt very easily without loosening anything. there are no knobs. it's all done with an allen wrench which is supplied with the mounts.
By fuferman on January 6, 2014
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We found the screws included to attach tv to mount were short so we purchased longer ones with washers.
By M. Bergrud on March 15, 2014
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I am not sure. Does your monitor have the screw holes on the back for that kind of mount?
By Jim Cunningham on December 4, 2014
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Yes I haVE a 22 inch monitor on mine
By Amazon Customer on August 14, 2016
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It uses a metric screw known as a M4 screw (approx 3/4" long).
By 1clk on October 7, 2013
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Yes, this mount fits 75 x 75 mounting hole. The screws of standard size to the TV and to the wall are included. As for the screws to the TV, there are a few sets of screws for standard size, which are most commonly used. That does not cover all the TV. If the screws do not fit your TV, Please go to Homedepot, you shoul… see more Yes, this mount fits 75 x 75 mounting hole. The screws of standard size to the TV and to the wall are included. As for the screws to the TV, there are a few sets of screws for standard size, which are most commonly used. That does not cover all the TV. If the screws do not fit your TV, Please go to Homedepot, you should be able to find the screws there. see less
By Warehouseseller SELLER on January 5, 2017
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It's 5.5" from center to center.
By Warehouseseller SELLER on November 30, 2015