Elizabeth Blankenship Towel Ring September 21st, 2018 - 02:39:20
Here's the kit, where we have a power ring pretty standard stuff and the mounting hardware, but, as you saw just running off there, this little screw here this little screw that came with it, is free and rolling around in the bag, probably because it was already mounted To the ring and somehow came off so this is what's going to lock it to the wall, so don't lose that little there you go, there's a better look at it that little stud that goes into the bottom of the mounting ring. So I'm going to screw it in there just a you know for safekeeping. I won't lose it if I put it in here, okay and that's what the 8 inch screwdriver is going to be for to drive this in there. So I'll just put it in there. There we go come back to that later on, so there's your ring.
Here's the hardware that comes with it wall, anchors and two screws to hold down this plate and this plate is what's going to hold that ring to the wall securely. So, let's put it in the wall and have at it here in my bathroom vanity and I'm a mount the actual towel ring on this wall. Okay, so let me just pan up a little bit there. Now this wall is 22 inches wide, so I've already determined what the center is - and all I have to do is just figure out where I want this to go and height and from what I can determine that looks like a pretty good height right there. So what I'm doing is I'm just holding I'm not holding this against the wall, I'm holding this against the wall because the center of it on behind it is where we want to be so I'm just going to put a little black mark here.
Let it be our Center and then we'll go from that to mount two marking out the plate. Now the plates different and I'll do a little close-up on it. Hopefully, it'll focus there, we go there's my plate and if you see the plate, you see that has raised edges. Okay, those raised edges have to go up and down so and on this plate. That means that these holes go up and down as well.
So when you're centering it up on the wall, don't forget that the Rays that just have to go to the top and to the bottom, otherwise that ring won't, won't, hang right. So, let's put that up. Okay, now we're looking at the little mark I made so we're going to put it the plate up on the center I'll go again. The raised edge is going up, you know, being on the top and on the bottom, and I just use my marker here to put two more marks: pretty well in the center of those slots like that and to use as a guide for the anchors. So basically the two marks I got one in the center one mark at the center of the top slot and then one mark at the center of the bottom slot.
Now we have three marks and basically we're going to use the top and bottom mark for the wall anchors, so we'll go get at that next, I'm going to change the angle, so you can see what I'm doing on that. Okay. So now we're looking at the wall where the wall our anchors, are going to go, and these are the wall anchors and they're self. Well, I wouldn't call them self tapping, but sort of they sort of are, but it you know, they're made out of plastic, and you know they may have a tendency to skate on the wall before I put them in. So what I'm going to do is going to punch a couple little holes about the size or diameter of those the leads on those anchors to actually, you know start them off without that you know so that they won't skate okay, and what I'm going to use Is my screwdriver and I'm probably not using it for the purpose or intended purpose here
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