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To reduce the risk of injury user must read instruction manuals for all tools used in this project. Wear eye and respiratory protection. Use clamps to support work piece whenever practical.
Identify the optimal wall placement for the holder according to your bathroom layout. Per the instructions that came with the holder, we measured and marked our cut-out area. This is where the back mounting plate will fit into.
Next, we cut out our drywall along the marked line using the NEW Dremel Multi-Max MM30 tool equipped with the MM430 Drywall Jab Saw blade. Mount the MM435 accessory onto your Multi-Max tool. You will note that the tool is set at a slight offset. This is to ensure that you are getting the optimum angle for the best cut. Set your tool to high speed and plunge right in along your mark. Work slowly along your line of cut. The drywall plug may not fall completely out once you have completed your cut, so you may need to pull it out.
Complete your installation according to the instructions for your particular holder. We set our back mounting plate behind our drywall and secured our front plate into place over the drywall, sandwiching the drywall between the two mounting plates for a secure fit.
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