Help. At my daughter's house one of her (double 5 ft) radiators was loose on
the wall and I was worried about her toddler pulling it off and wrecking the
I took off the radiator and the holes that the brackets are plugged to are
enormous (and of dubious geometry). I cannot put the brackets in a different
location due to the lugs on the back of the radiators.
Ideally I need to fill the holes and start again. Have you any suggestions
on how to go about this - or if there are any alternative radiator brackets
available (the radiators have a top and bottom seam.
If it's a solid wall, the quickest - although perhaps not cheapest - way
might be to enlarge the holes further to take expanding bolts - you'll get
them in the sheds. They're just about the right size to fit between two
brick courses if this is why the originals have pulled out, and they
certainly won't. ;-)
*Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker? *
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW 12
Ah maybe but - I've three new rads ready to go in, but all the brackets are
handed the same.
i.e.___| ___| This way for a double
|_ |_ This way round for a single panel.
Swapping them would make no odds.
There are normally enough slots/holes in the brackets to use a higher/lower
If all else fails well hardened Tetrion will be fine.
Yeah but mine's beginning to sag and getting a big wrinkled & tatty. How
much you asking for them?
Choice of colours?
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