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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 5:25 pm 
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I am wanting to fill some holes and re drill them.

It will need to be able to take the weight of a tv bracket and tv, what would you suggest using, what is the strongest stuff to use?

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Simplest option is to drill larger holes for a larger fixing.

What material are you drilling into - and do you expect to make a new hole in the filler?

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its plasterboard with stone behind, i can't drill them bigger its not an option they are too big to start lol.


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If its into stone fill them with resin, imho the filler will not hold once drilled out

eg. https://www.screwfix.com/p/fischer-fip- ... 00ml/23386


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Thanks for the reply, so I should be able to drill into this a secure again?

Mark


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