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liquid nail and hold in place for a minute or so or lean some furniture on it or use blue tape.
If its not perfectly against the wall, fear not. after the adhesive dries, youre going to have to use latex caulk anyway before you paint it. Its an easy job and dont try for perfection at the first attempt. The follow up procedures, caulk and paint will make the difference.
 
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