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mount 8260

maob, modified 1 Year ago.

mount 8260

Padawan Posts: 30 Join Date: 1/27/16 Recent Posts

good afternoon.
I want to hang the monitor on a bracket to the wall. I want to fasten the bracket to the back wall of the monitor. At the back of the monitor there are several bolt holes: 6 pieces M6 or 4 pieces M4 (at a distance of 100x100).
Tell me, please, are four M4 holes (100x100) sufficient to attach the monitor to the bracket? Can they be used to mount the monitor on the bracket? 
Why is the number of holes for M4 bolts less than for powerful M6 bolts?