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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    if the block starts to crumble then adhesive will not make much difference
    But it will bind the hole together so the plug is gripped all over and the hole has less chance of splitting.

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    alright then

    maybe that is belt and braces and a piece of string

    what is the QCon glue you mention, Marmite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    what is the QCon glue you mention, Marmite?
    Just the normal Qcon adhesive


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post

    from that I assume you used plastic plugs for your aircon?
    Used the standard 7mm single plastic plugs. These are for 5-6mm screws. As I said no problems and with the air con units there is some vibration from the fan.

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