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Old 07-14-2016, 09:27 AM   #15
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I use the 3M as well, but as part of our travel list we simply remove the clock and put it in a cabinet. Takes 2 seconds.
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Yep! HD Velcro.
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Oh, that's heavy duty not Harley Davidson. Of course!
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Hung on a screw in the wall and held tight with a small piece of Velcro along the bottom.
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Our clock hangs on a screw. We store the clock in a drawer while traveling!
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Velcro, works really well on our clock.
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:47 AM   #21
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I put a piece of Velcro on back and keeps in place even going down the road.
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Old 07-18-2016, 07:21 AM   #22
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1 Command strip with the hook for the hole on the back of the clock to hang from & 1 Command strip hook n loop attached to the battery compartment to hold it firm against the wall. No screw holes in the wall at all.

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I did it this way and it made it 400 miles yesterday without falling off the wall. Thanks for all the ideas!


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3M Command strips are an RVers best friend when it comes to interior "stuff". Looking ahead to one day selling or trading you don't want holes all over the place. If properly applied those strips will hold well (and I hate depending on adhesives when a good 1/2" bolt would be best ha ha). We've hung pictures with them as well as added fixtures to the dash with them and use them to just "take the rattle out" of things. Great gadgets!!
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