I recently bought a Samsung TV and it was broken out of the box. The LCD display inside was damaged, but the outside looked perfect. Samsung wouldn't honor the warranty because they claim it is user damage, not covered (which is BS, but fortunately Amazon is replacing it). My question, before the replacement arrives, can the M8 mounting bolts break the LCD screen inside? In other words, if the bolt is too long, will it just keep going until it cracks the screen, or is there something inside the mounting holes to prevent a bolt that is too long from going in? It would seem a stupid design if there isn't something there to stop the $1 bolt from doing $1000 of damage.