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Tv wall bracket

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by dan2002, 23 Sep 2020.

  1. dan2002

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    Hi, I'm making holes in the chimney wall for a tv bracket. On the manual it says to use a 10mm screw bit to do the pilot holes, should I first use the 8mm bit then use the 10mm? Or should I just start off by using the 10mm?
     

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    It'll not hurt to do the 8 then 10 but straight to 10 should be ok
     
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    Should wander less using smaller bit , I would drill all positions first with 6mm.
     
  5. dan2002

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    I have put the bracket up. Thank you all for the advice
     
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