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  1. You can use a small metal rod the same size as the plug, using a hammer knock the plug in, then patch the hole.

2You can use a small metal rod the same size as the plug, using a hammer to knock the plug in, then patch the hole.If

If this does not work, cut the plug into quarters with a Stanley knife, cut the plug out using the knife then patch the wall.

  1. You can use a small metal rod the same size as the plug, using a hammer knock the plug in, then patch the hole.

2.If this does not work, cut the plug into quarters with a Stanley knife, cut the plug out using the knife then patch the wall.

You can use a small metal rod the same size as the plug, using a hammer to knock the plug in, then patch the hole.

If this does not work, cut the plug into quarters with a Stanley knife, cut the plug out using the knife then patch the wall.

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  1. You can use a small metal rod the same size as the plug, using a hammer knock the plug in, then patch the hole.

2.If this does not work, cut the plug into quarters with a Stanley knife, cut the plug out using the knife then patch the wall.