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Use expanding anchors (included) in plaster or masonry, if necessary, for a ring magnets Locate the timer where there is easy access to sprinkler wire (from valves). 2. Mount the Timer • Use the mounting template (included) to mark the mounting screw location on the wall. See figure 1 • Install a No. 8 screw into wall in the upper template location. Leave the screw head protruding 1/8” (3 mm) from wall. Use expanding anchors (included) in plaster or masonry, if necessary, for a secure hold. • Slip the timer over protruding screw (using keyhole slot in back of timer). See figure 2 • Drive a No. 8 screw through one of the two pre-formed holes located in lower corners of the cabinet. See figure 2 Figure 2: Hang timer on screw using keyhole Keyhole Pre-formed mounting holes No. 8 Screw Wall 1/8″ (3 mm) Figure 1: Use Mounting Template (included) 5 3. 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