Secure TV bracket to strammit wall...

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  1. Munzz

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    I've found out that the wall I need to mount a TV on (in all fairness, a lightweight 32") is a "strammit" wall (basically a mm thin layer of plaster board stuffed with straw, Google it, it's crazy).

    I'm going to have a shot at finding the studs and if I find one I'll be happy, but what fixings would you suggest for this type of wall if I fail to locate the studs?

    Jamie
     
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    How thick is the plasterboard? What's on the other side of the partition?
     
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    Plasterboard/plaster is no more than 4mm thick. Behind the wall is the bathroom.
     
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