Use the stud finder to locate a stud in the desired hanging place. These the support 2-by-4 pieces of wood behind the plaster and we will use these as the main support for the heavy wall clock to keep it from falling off wall. Om you choose to hang the clock on a plaster, brick or plaster surface, move to step 5.
Mark the stud with a pen at the correct height based on the hanger on the back of the wall clock as Arizona timepieces.
Securing screw in place with a screwdriver. Leave a sufficient amount at the end of the screw to allow the hanger on the clock to place securely on the screw. Ge a good tug to ensure that the screw is deeply embedded in the stud.
Hang the Clock Carefully.
Find the right place to hang your clock if you choose a position where a pin is not available.Come remember to place it in plaster is not nearly as stable as the clock hanging from a screw in a dorm. Ground wall with a pencil where relevant hang time is on the back of the watch.
Drilling a hole in the wall to the volume of screw anchors. Anchor working in plaster and brick or masonry walls. Pressure the cone into the anchor with a hammer gently to avoid damage. Select anchor metal instead of plastic for attaching the watch to a masonry or brick wall .
Place the bolt inside the anchor and begin to turn the screw with a screwdriver. When you turn, spreads the anchor inside the back of the wall to provide extra security for wall clock. Used more than an anchor for increased security.