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Hi, I'm Mike Edwards from the company Home Improvement Doctor Limited. We are part of the DIY Doctor Group. This video is a response to the countless questions we have received about fitting TV brackets to hollow or plasterboard walls. If you simply attach the bracket to the plasterboard alone, the television is likely to fall off the wall. Therefore, I will show you how to use a stud detector, specifically the Intel Ascensor, to securely mount the bracket. The Intel Ascensor is a highly sensitive electrical stud detector. It not only detects the presence of a stud but also identifies the edges of the stud and differentiates it from the void behind the plasterboard. This information is crucial in determining the middle of the stud, ensuring a secure installation. The stud detector is battery-operated and requires a 9-volt battery. It has a single operational button on the side, making it simple to use. Once the device is activated, we can proceed to the wall. These stud detectors cost around 10 to 15 pounds, which is a reasonable price considering the potential savings they offer. In our case, we are in our film studio located in Somerset, where we demonstrate various techniques. This allows us to showcase these methods without causing disruption in someone's home. In this demonstration, we will be using a plasterboard wall. To locate the studs, we place the stud detector against the wall and press the on button. A green light indicates that the detector is functioning correctly. Moving the detector along the wall, we can hear the device detecting something behind the plasterboard. The red lights on the device indicate the proximity to the stud. The bottom light signifies closeness, followed by the second red light indicating even closer proximity. Finally, the top light comes on, indicating the edge of the...