Fix-a-Stall Bathroom Partition Wall Bracket Repair Kit - Written Installation Instructions

1. Level the partition and support it in a way that allows support removal without raising the partition once the new brackets have been installed. Verify the old brackets are perpendicular

to the wall.


2. Remove the original bracket fastener common-to the partition.

3. Using a sharp ¼” diameter bit and the old bracket holes as a guide, drill through each side of the old bracket into the partition independently.

4. Remove the old bracket from the wall using a Torx T25, T27, or Phillips #2 or #3 driver. Slide it out of the way. Use a flat-head screwdriver, if necessary, to gently pry the flanges away from

the partition surface.

5. If the partition is made from steel, use a small hammer and gently tap each side at the hole locations to remove any burs or high spots.

6. Using a ¼” diameter bit, drilling through the entire width of the partition, to final ream the hole.

7. Gently remove the (2) old wall anchors using the previously installed wall fasteners. Thread them into the anchors by hand and pull the anchors from the wall.

8. If the anchors from the kit are to be installed, enlarge the (2) holes in the wall to a 5/16” diameter using a bit and electric drill. If the holes in the wall are too large to accept the anchors included with the kit, alternate wall hardware should be used. Large anchors can be purchase through mail order or large self-drilling toggle bolts can be purchased at a hardware store. The Fix-a-Stall brackets will accommodate up to a #14 sheet metal or ¼” machine screw. (#12 sheet metal screws are include with the kit.)

9. Install the included anchor by tapping them into wall using a small hammer so they are flush with the wall. Use the conical anchors for a tiled surface or the butterfly anchors for a plain

10. Slide the new Fix-a-Stall bracket into place with the engraved letters right-side-up. Install the first #12 sheet metal screw into the wall through one of the three holes (Fig. 1, #4). Use

the one that aligns best to the anchor when the partition is properly positioned. Next, install the second #12 screw into the anchor through the slot (Fig. 1, #3). Lightly snug both fasteners using a Phillips screwdriver (#3 Phillips bit is preferred) If the hole in partition is outside the area of the groove, it should align with one of two sets of dimples. (This is rare but possible.) Use the dimple as a guide and drill each side of the bracket using a ¼” diameter bit. Use the existing bracket hole Fig. 1, #2) or the other dimple to location the other hole location, whichever is farthest from the preexisting hole.

11. Install the ¼” diameter binding bolt into the partition hole through the bracket slots (Fig. 1, #1). Tap gently with a small hammer as necessary. If the partition width is less than 1” thick, use the included washers to evenly shim between the sides of the partition and the bracket flanges.

12. Using a sharp ¼” diameter bit, match drill the partition using the holes in the bracket (Fig.1, #2). Drill each side separately. Then drill all the way through.

13. Install the second binding bolt through the partition and bracket (Fig.1, #2). Tap gently with a small hammer as necessary. If the partition width is less than 1” thick, use the included washers to evenly shim between the sides of the partition and the bracket flanges.

14. Thread the #10 machine screws into the installed binding bolts and tighten using a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Hold other side from spinning if necessary.

15. Install the second bracket in the same way as described above. drywall surface. Once installed, the butterfly anchors can be activated using a small rod or by the screw itself, once


16. Remove the partition support.

17. Repair any other partitions using another Fix-a-Stall Replacement Kit.