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How to use a stanley stud sensor s150 - Stanley Measuring Tools & Sensors

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SOURCE: my stanley stud sensor 200

Without knowing what room you are using it in it could be a underlayment of wire mesh that you are reading. If it is an older home this was used often as a backing for plaster instead of lath.Thank you.

Posted on Jun 06, 2011

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SOURCE: (Stanley stud sensor S150) I don't know how deep the wall is, do I select 1/2, 1, or 1&1/2 inches?

When in doubt always go mid range....do you know what is on your walls? Paneling is usually thin, so 1/2 would be fine, sheetrock is thicker, then go 1 inch....

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