- The ankle can not be removed?
- The ankle is too big?
- The ankle is distorted?
- The ankle turns in the hole?
- The pre-stuff is too big?
A pretrou too big. An ankle turning in his hole. An ankle that has distorted. An ankle that can not be removed. An anklet too big. Here are the 5 most common problems when using anchors for which System D gives you the solution.
The ankle can not be removed?
- Screw a peg into the ankle and pull causing jolts to enlarge the hole.
- If this is not enough, eliminate it by drilling directly into the existing ankle.
The ankle is too big?
- Insert into the one already in place a second smaller peg, corresponding to the dimensions of your screw.
The ankle is distorted?
- If the diameter of the ankle is too big, reduce it by inserting one or two matches. The hole will be reduced accordingly and we can fix a smaller screw.
The ankle turns in the hole?
- To prevent the ankle from turning in its housing, wrap it in a falling sandpaper (or cardboard) before putting it back in place.
The pre-stuff is too big?
- If you have made a mistake in the diameter of the hole, press at the same time an ankle and a half ankle cut. Use only on solid walls, otherwise the ankle falls inside the wall.