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General Info
Color: White
Quantity: 2
Type: Preconfigured Decorator Strap
Assembly/Installation Information
Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
UN SPSC: 39121704
Dimensions
Depth (Metric): 3.3 cm
Depth (US): 1.30"
Height (Metric): 10.6 cm
Height (US): 4.19"
Width (Metric): 4.2 cm
Width (US): 1.65 in
Technical Information
Material: High Impact Flame Retardant Plastic
Mounting: In-Wall
Receptacle Type: Cable Access Cutout
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, TERRIBLE instructions The instructions are terrible but no, you DON'T need an electrical box to install these as they come with drywall anchors. For everyone else like me trying to cipher them out, here they are: 1. The terrible instruction card is your template. That's what you draw around and cut out of your drywall. 2. Unscrew the plate and take it entirely off. Snap the anchors to the cable access straps. Make sure you've got them facing in the right direction (see attached photos). Begin threading in the long screw (don't go all the way just yet). 3. Pop your cable access strap into the hole you cut and now tighten that long screw. As it screws into the back half of the drywall anchor, it'll pop a piece of plastic up like ship's sail that'll anchor against the inside of the drywall. The top of your cable access strap acts as the front anchor. Tighten the screw till it's snug (don't overdo it). 4. Screw your plate back on and you're all set.
Date published: 2018-11-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Step 1: buy the kit Step 3: Profit ! I'm not a carpenter, or a handyman. I expect instructions that not only spell out every detail of the installation, but When exactly is the best time to feed the cables through the product in order to make the process as simple as possible. The template card has these numbers and arrows on it, but no actual instructions came with the kit. I almost took the kit back for a refund because I thought the instructions were missing. From what I see here, there are none.
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No instructions ? We will see how this works , that is , if we can figure out how to install this thing . It is unfathomable to me that any company can put out a product with zero instructions . Unacceptable .
Date published: 2020-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WHERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS!? Had to figure out how to put it together myself with no instructions. YouTube videos didn’t help much, and I figure it out but there are 4 small screws left and I’m trying to figure out where they were supposed to go!
Date published: 2019-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Terrible instructions but works I followed the other reviewer's instructions and got it to work. I also twisted the anchors to break the thin plastic runners before installing. Continue screwing in until it gets snug to the the drywall. You may also need fishing tape to pull cables through from bottom to top
Date published: 2019-05-27
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how do you install?

Asked by: Bobby
The instructions are terrible but no, you DON'T need an electrical box to install these as they come with drywall anchors. 1. The terrible instruction card is your template. That's what you draw around and cut out of your drywall. 2. Unscrew the plate and take it entirely off. Snap the anchors to the cable access straps. Make sure you've got them facing in the right direction (see attached photos in my review). Begin threading in the long screw (don't go all the way just yet). 3. Pop your cable access strap into the hole you cut and now tighten that long screw. As it screws into the back half of the drywall anchor, it'll pop a piece of plastic up like ship's sail that'll anchor against the inside of the drywall. The top of your cable access strap acts as the front anchor. Tighten the screw till it's snug (don't overdo it). 4. Screw your plate back on and you're all set.
Answered by: thesot
Date published: 2019-09-03
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