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    Smartboard SB660 Plastic wall mount strip wanted

    Can anyone supply the plastic wall mount strip for an SB660. Pulled a SB680 out of storage and have all the pens etc but missing the wall mount strip.

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    Got a fair few (same for all the smartboards) but we'll likely be using them - however you can make the same thing yourself *very* easily - in fact grab yourself a few hooks from B&Q and DIY for the sake of a few quid. There's nothing special about them.

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    You can buy them as a spare part still quite easily, I got one from Insight the other year no problems, 20 job done.

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    Please think very carefully before using your own mounting hardware instead of the plastic bracket. It may seem trivial but you could be opening a big can of worms! At the end of the day its your choice but:
    1. You will void any warranty on the board. If a warranty is voided and the install has been signed-off by a certified installer the certification could also be jeapodised.
    2. Metal-on-metal contact between the board and the wall can cause interference in some cases.
    3. If the board falls from the wall for any reason and somebody is injured your insurer is likely to decide that you are personally liable for any compensation etc if you haven't used what the manufacturer considers to be appropriate fixings. The HSE may also decide to investigate you.

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