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I need to know what is the distance between the fixing bolts to the wall due I already have the perforations holes done on the wall...others dimensions fit very well

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The peroration holes should be the holes for the bolts. If you followed the instructions, the two perforation holes are nothing more than a pilot hole for the bolts or screws.
If you are not sure of this answer, just measure the perforation holes (write down the distance, being sure to measure between center to center of the holes). Do the same on the unit itself. I bet they are exactly the same.***WARNING*** IF YOU ARE AFIXING ON A TILED WALL YOU MUST USE A CERTAIN DRILL BIT.***

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