1Position the accessory roughly where you want it and then use an electronic stud finder to locate studs in that area. Lightly mark their positions with a pencil.
2Reposition the accessory so at least one mounting screw can be driven into a stud and mark through the accessory’s mounting hole onto the wall. Drill appropriate-sized holes for either screws or hollow-wall fasteners.
4Attach the accessory firmly to the wall using screws or bolts. Take care not to over-tighten as they can strip out. Note that many accessories (including the one shown here) don’t attach directly to the wall; instead, a mounting plate is screwed to the wall, and the accessory is then attached to the mounting plate with a set screw.