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Old 05-06-2016, 12:08 PM   #1
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Is there a stud here?

The photo shows a vertical area that frames in my shower on the right side when facing the shower. This is on a Sunseeker 2250.

So, is there a stud behind this trim? Anyone know?

I want to move the TP paper holder to this spot to move it out of the way. I am not concerned with getting the paper wet from shower water as I can always move it prior to using the shower (if I was remotely able to squeeze myself into the shower).

Ideally, I would like to use some screws to attach it to the wall. that is the reason for this question.

TIA,

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Old 05-06-2016, 12:12 PM   #2
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Is that end molding (on the left side) a plastic C channel? I have a similar wall in our TT that is just a small piece of maybe 1x1 or 1 x3/4 under the C channel then hollow through the wall to where it connects with the interior main wall.
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Is that end molding (on the left side) a plastic C channel? I have a similar wall in our TT that is just a small piece of maybe 1x1 or 1 x3/4 under the C channel then hollow through the wall to where it connects with the interior main wall.
I would just drill in anchor screws anywhere just as long as they are shorter than the thickness of the wall. OR use Command strips that have 16-25lb holding power.
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A finishing drill trick. Take a long sewing needle tape off at 1/4" -3/8" mark and drill with it. Remove the needle and use it to see if there is any restriction or stud behind it. White tooth paste and a little brown powder from DWs make up drawer and you will never find it. Ever needed to drill from one baseboard all of the way to he other side? Drill with a coat hanger about 10" with angle cut on the end....

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