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barydos
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March

Ahh I double checked and you're right. Thanks as always for the swift help!

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March

No worries, thanks for confirming! And also for the resource earlier. One more question - what is the 3 circle holes under the saw-teeth for?I was loo ...

barydos
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March

Thanks for the quick reply. Oh, so I'm supposed to bend that saw-tooth flap out and then a single screw in the middle tooth should do the trick?

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Hi, This is perhaps a very simple answer, but I've noticed online there are many different ways to hang picture frames.We recently got a picture frame ...

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February

Thanks @MitchellMc!Pipe wrench did the trick after a bit of muscle!

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Hi there, I was excited to remove some really old taps with a mixer (https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-chrome-pin-lever-basin-mixer-wels-4-star-7-5 ...

barydos
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January
barydos
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January

Great story @Dave-1 haha! Good to hear it's still hanging on. Thanks everyone else for their experiences too, it's always good to know what other peop ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

I think the three circle holes are sharp punchouts with teeth embedded into the timber @barydos. They hold the saw-tooth fitting to the backing board. ...

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March

That's it, @barydos. Sorry, I didn't notice they were pressed flat. The only other option would be to use two of the keyhole fixings and hanging hooks ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi @barydos, You might like to check out this helpful guide: How to hang just about anything. The easiest and least invasive method of hanging this ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @barydos, Just to let you know, this is considered plumbing work, requiring a licensed plumber. The plumber would likely reconnect the breech und ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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January

No, it's not good practice to go whacking away on a socket @barydos. But, using it to tap a Dynabolt into a correctly-sized hole shouldn't be an issue ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

Oh, so sorry @barydos. I presumed you meant the inside sloped wall was preventing the bolt from being driven home as it was contacting it. Now I see y ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

That's not a silly question at all, @barydos. In fact, I've sat here for five minutes trying to think of what the issue would be. Just to confirm w ...

Dave-1
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December

Afternoon @barydos ahhh and just to add to what you can find behind plaster I was hanging a plus 50kg old LCD touchscreen monitor on my wall, tapped t ...

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barydos
Having an Impact
March

Ahh I double checked and you're right. Thanks as always for the swift help!

barydos
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February

Thanks @MitchellMc!Pipe wrench did the trick after a bit of muscle!

barydos
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January

Great story @Dave-1 haha! Good to hear it's still hanging on. Thanks everyone else for their experiences too, it's always good to know what other peop ...

barydos
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January

Re-visiting this thread to close it off - thanks everyone for all the info! I ended up using the Kaboodle kit and Acacia timber panels (2200 x 600 x 2 ...

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January

Very belated comment to close out this thread with what I ended up doing. On the frame, there was a round-ish insert spanning the height of the shower ...

barydos
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January

Thanks! I was never sure if that was a bad idea to hammer the socket set directly or not but that did the trick. Side note, I also tested out a Ramset ...

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Hi all, Just a quick and maybe silly question, but I was just mounting something on the wall and one of anchors I tried to insert actually bumped in ...

barydos
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October

Thanks for confirming @MitchellMc. I guess it was just wishful thinking on my part!Yeah I was thinking of turning it in the opposite direction, but ho ...

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