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Post 5 made on Monday December 3, 2018 at 14:01
Ernie Gilman
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Use two loops made of 8" or so screw-mount cable ties.

This works best on the minor dimension, meaning the product will end up facing up or down, not sideways.

Make a loop for each end of the unit. Carefully tighten it so a screw mount hole is at the top next to the wall and another is at the bottom next to the wall. Hold the unit in place, install screws in the top mount holes, then install screws in the bottom mount holes.

This works well even just i drywall, using a #8 or #10 drywall or sheet metal screw.

It's removable until you strip the drywall. At that point you can drill the drywall hole out carefully and install a plastic plug type wall mount.

Haven't lost a unit yet.
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