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How to use a hollow wall anchor setting tool
How to use a hollow wall anchor setting tool

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  1. Bloody hell, I've been using these wall plugs wrong for years, that inset tool is brilliant, countless hours wasted just by not having that tool to set them consistently and reliably!

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  2. Thank you. I seen this product a year ago and bought it yesterday for a job tomorrow. I didn't have a clue about the setting tool but your simple approach taught me.

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  3. Hi mate, great video as always! One thing I was meant to ask you a long time ago when I watched this video for the first time. Can you use the hollow wall anchor tool for use with "jack nuts"? I need to insert some into upvc for a sash jammer. Appreciate your help. Regards

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  4. I just done a job obviously without using the the setting tool, and due to this great video i now know it better to use it with this tool.. thanks again for making this video…

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  5. Just curious.. I have a 60-70 year old house. I had a leak in ceiling. I have that "plaster-is that the right word? It is screwed to rafters..maybe nailed. Its one inches thick and I want to screw a a/c return to ceiling to cover plumbing area. I do not want to cut ceiling. There is no lathing.. What type of molly bolt would you recommend and this tool? The opening is roughlt 32 x 32 (This is what I am using) …https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0757TVHZK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1……Thanks for an suggestion. Bestest Regards!! and Be SAFE!!!!

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  6. Could these fixings be used on dot & dab walls for light to medium weight fixings? I'd prefer to use these over other fixings but I'm concerned the cavity wouldn't be wide enough to accommodate these.

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  7. When purchasing a the anchor screws, how much longer should they be than the board thickness? I have standard plaster board (UK which I assume is 10mm). I have tiles which I think are approx 7mm then the adhesive. If my wall is 20mm thick what length anchor screw would you recommend? Thanks

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  8. A great video would be to show different fixings for different wall types. 

    I have a 3 mirror bathroom cabinet to hang, the wall sounds hollow and I have no idea what's behind; brick or cinderblock or if the have double-boarded it, nor how deep it is. builders should install marine ply panels spanning studs in area's where these things should go, it's not rocket science is it.

    I did this when I remodelled my bathroom, so easy to do and saves a lot of grieve.

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  9. Just a quick note , I have the RAWL setting tool and for years I hadn’t realised it has a 2 phase trigger . Pull once for 5mm pull out and repeat again to pull out another 10mm . Couldn’t understand why it wouldn’t tighten before I realised this

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  10. Some of those wall anchor tools (aka Molly or Polly setting tool) have a little metal rod that sticks out about an inch from the back of the head & some dont. Whats the rod for?

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  11. How do you choose the correct drill bit? I have some M4 and some M5 anchors, but neither of them say what drill bit to use. Maybe it's obvious to someone with a bit of knowledge, sadly that doesn't include me 🙂

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  12. When I was trying to tighten a Molly on my plasterboard with a screwdriver, the Molly was not staying put and ripped through the plasterboard and came loose. Does that mean I need to get a setting tool like this?

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  13. Do you think one of these hollow wall anchors could be used on a PVC soffit? Basically, I want to mount a CCTV dome camera on the outside soffit of my porch.

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  14. I really love your videos – have helped me out a lot recently in our new house. Would you mind letting me know what sort of weight these could hold? I've got a really heavy mirror which I want to hand above a fireplace but haven't dared yet!

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  15. Thanks for this. Finally I realise theres a tool to do this, after countless wasted hollow wall anchors and useless holes in my walls ! Great video and great channel. Cheers

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  16. Thank you. Going to hang a heavyish mirror and need something a bit better than those self-drill plasterboard screws. Great video.

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