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I have a wall bracket on the laundry but hjow do I get the dryer on to the bracket

I have moved into a house which has a dryer bracket on the laundry wall but I don't know how to get my hoover 5 kg clothes dryer on to the bracket,( model 5030D) I don't know if I need to but a part.

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