- Remove an ankle
- Screw smaller than the ankle
- Deformed and too wide ankle
- Ankle smaller than previously drilled hole
You were wrong in piercing? You do not have a screw corresponding to the ankle? Do not panic, all the mistakes are correcting!
Remove an ankle
The ankle does not come off? Screw a stud into it and shoot, causing a few jerks to enlarge the hole.
If that is not enough, remove the existing peg by drilling directly into it.
Screw smaller than the ankle
The peg placed on the wall is too big for the screw to use?
Insert inside a second peg of smaller diameter, corresponding to the dimensions of the screw.
Deformed and too wide ankle
The ankle is distorted? If its diameter is a bit too big, reduce it by inserting one or two matches.
The hole is narrowed accordingly and it is possible to insert a smaller screw.
Ankle smaller than previously drilled hole
Any partitionThe ankle turns in its hole? To reduce its housing and allow it to be fastened, wrap it tightly in a drop of sandpaper (or cardboard) before putting it back in place.
Full partitionIf you have made a mistake in the diameter of the hole, you can also fill the cavity by pressing an ankle and ankle together.
A method to use only on solid walls, otherwise the ankle falls inside the partition!