roadinspector wrote:Thanks Wolfscout and 8ball_99! You've convinced me to do the same. I have been debating that too. I may run it behind trim with drop down also. (Thinking out loud)
Wolfscout, I am planning on having my outside plugs recessed for a cleaner look and reduce snag problems. The depth of the receptacle box, I have not measured yet, will they extend into the interior of the CT? If they did, what did you do to hide that?
Thanks for the info. I am going to use trim and cabinets to run it thru. I have seen also small channels that are designed to hide wires. I don't remember where, might have been an office supply. I've slept since then. Access to my internal outlets will be in sides of cabinets so I should not have any problem running exposed wiring. I too like flush mount external outlets. It looks like pmowers gave me a solution for my external outlets!
Thanks for your help. My wheels are turning so much lately I'm starting to smell smoke. Trying to get my ducks in a row so I don't get ahead of myself and have to back up because I left something out. I am sure I will, but thats ok, it's my toy so I can screw it up all I want. I greatly appreciate all the help from everyone here.
pmowers wrote:Earnest- My Lowes carries a large selection of what is called "cord surface raceway", and surface mount boxes. That is probably what you were thinking of. I am thinking of using it for the next phase of my never to be completely finished and as yet unnamed project.
Yes sir, thats it. Glad to know Lowes carries it. Thanks I will check it out on my next trip to the big city.pmowers wrote:I hope it is not the "magic smoke" contained in electronics, you know, the equipment stops working when the smoke escapes. I think that I was close to burning out my brain clutch several times. As far as having to back up because you forgot something, well, my cordless driver has a reverse. Now if I could just find it on my saw
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