Flat Screen TV Cord and Cable Power Kit
Flat Screen TV Cord and Cable Power Kit is rated out of 5 by 3.
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Tidy up your entertainment system with this power kit that features a pre-wired design for easy installation. All the tools you need to conceal cables for a neat appearance are included. No Electrical termination required: Plug and Play. The easiest solution for running flat screen TV power and low voltage cables in-wall. Kit includes 'plug and play' power harness and also allows you to run low voltage cables such as HDMI cables and other component cabling in the wall and out of sight - no electrician or hard-wiring required.
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- Simple installation: Do-it-yourself kit allows for neat and easy installation in under 30 minutes with no electrician or hard wiring involved.
- Pre-wired all inclusive kit: All parts and tools needed for installation are included in the kit, including a pre-wired power cable.
- Hide low voltage cables: Perfect for hiding low voltage cables such as HDMI and other component wires.
- Kit Includes: 2 power grommets with a 54'' harness, 6' power cord, hole saw and fish tape.
- This product meets the material restrictions of RoHS.
|Country Of Origin||China|
|RoHS Conformant||Yes||This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.|
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Johan from Perfect for wall mounting a TV. Finally decided to mount my TV to the wall. Unfortunately, I learned the hard way that I have plaster walls. This made installation a huge hassle. Because of this, I found the hole-saw that came with it useless for this, as it wasn't good enough to get through that much material - even when coupled with a hammer drill. I ended up using two additional hole-saws for my application, but that is not the fault of this kit. If I had drywall this would have been much more simple and could probably have used the included hand hole-saw. After getting past those issues, this kit was perfect for running in-wall power and hiding a few HDMI cables. I also painted the rings to match the color of the wall.
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cashaffer21 from Overall great concept, initially a pain to install I initially bought this product due to the “ease” of installation boasted on the packaging. Everything was going great until it came time to fish the power cord through the holes I cut. (At this point I was committed, so no going back.) The first difficult task I encountered was getting the supplied fish tape fed through the hole to line up and come out the other end. An exterior wall with insulation poses quite the obstacle. After several attempts I successfully retrieved the fish tape (I had to fit what I could of my hand through the hole to blindly feel for the fish tape) and inserted the power cord onto the hook of the fish tape. As I pulled the power cord through the hook became straightened and released the power cord. Now I had to retrieve a half fed power cord through one end and the damaged fish tape through the other. Attempt #2: I successfully fed the fish tape through, same issue as before, connected the power cord to the the hook, but this time I used twist ties to assist keeping the power cord and hook together. As I retrieved the fish tape I could feel the insulation pulling, tearing, and bunching up inside my wall. Just as the fish tape neared the exit hole the hook broke. Lucky for me the cord was there and I pulled the line through. Now I needed to pull my HDMI cords through, but thanks to the bunched up insulation in my wall I cannot get the fish tape fed from one hole to the other. Frustrated and 1.5 hours in on a .5 hour project I gave up. Time to re-engineer this concept and find a way to be able to watch TV with a successful wall mount sans exposed cables. Concept = 5 stars. Ease of installation = 1 star!
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by Joe D from Now that it’s done I love it, but a pain to instal I love that I was able to install myself and achieve the look I wanted. But this was a pain to install. They make it look easier than it is in the instructions and video. It took about 50 tries to get the wire fed from one hole to the other. Not an easy task when there is insulation in the wall. And one thing that wasn’t mentioned in the instructions, but I was reminded in installation, is that your outlets likely have horizontal wires that attach one to the other. I wasn’t real comfortable feeding the wires across that. I purchased two sets of these, but I’ll be taking my second set back as that room has paneling and these don’t install into paneling. It would be easy to include an adapter for paneling. It’s something you should think about doing.
Date published: 2020-04-27
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Questions & Answers
What are the dimensions of this product? PVC piping was already installed in the wall for this, so want to make sure it would work. I need the diameter of the saw (or hole in the wall), the depth of the unit (or how far in it sticks into the wall).
The hole saw diameter is 3". The depth is 2-3/4". Please follow the link below to see a dimensional drawing for the CMK70. https://legrand.webdamdb.com/directdownload.php?ti=55648072&tok=5GSuFACvLkMXYx8Ss6x7yQRR
Date published: 2021-06-28
I want to hang my TV on the wall above my gas fireplace insert. Can I use this kit or will the heat from the fireplace present an issue?
Hi Dave, The use of the CMK70 above a fireplace while not forbidden, poses the following challenges and questions. For starters, our product is intended to be mounted between two vertical studs. A power cord is provided to connect the lower module into a standard wall mounted outlet. The provided cord must be utilized and not substituted. Is there an outlet available above the fireplace, if not how will the provided cord be routed to the nearest outlet? Second, Does the TV manufacturer approve of the installation of their product above the fireplace? Third, Does the Mounting Hardware manufacturer approve of their product being mounted above the fireplace? Ultimately, If the TV and Mounting Hardware manufacturer approve of the installation and our product is capable of being installed in compliance with our installation instructions, then I do not foresee any issues. As this is a unique installation, I would recommend consulting a professional installer.
Date published: 2021-05-03
Can a LG CX OLED plug work with this?
The top grommet assembly accepts television plugs up to a maximum width of 1-1/8". If the plug is angled or rotated 90 degrees it will not fit the plug in the grommet. To resolve this, a short extension cord with straight blade plug can be used to plug into the grommet. The television plug can then plug into the female end of the extension cord.
Date published: 2021-03-12
Can you use this product in a plaster wall?
Hello, This product is designed to be used in typically 2x4 framed wall construction with 1/2" thick drywall. It should work if the plaster isn't thicker than 1/2".
Date published: 2021-03-08
I have a plaster wall that is about an 1-3/8" thick. Can I use longer screws for the locking tabs? about 1" cement plaster, 3/8" gypsom board.
Hello, The concern with using a longer is that screw the wing will be too far away from the housing, which includes a stop for the wing. When the wing gets too far away and doesn't hit the stop, there is no way to keep the wing from just rotating with the screw instead of traveling down the screw to fasten against the wall. Unfortunately this product wouldn't work for the type of wall construction you have.
Date published: 2021-02-09
How do you assemble the hole saw? the bolt doesn't come apart from the drill bit so I see no way to secure it to the saw part.
Hi Lori, It would be best to reach out to our technical support team directly for assistance. They can be reached at 1-800-621-0049 option 3 and will be able to help walk you through it.
Date published: 2021-02-01
Hello. Is this product NEC certified?
The CMK70 is Listed by ETL (Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc.). ETL is a third party certifier and is an OSHA Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), same as UL. The CMK70 kit was designed to comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC). However, local codes may vary. Please consult with your local electrical inspector regarding compliance with the local code. If you or the inspector still have questions, please contact Legrand-Wiremold Technical Support at 1-800-621-0049 for further assistance.
Date published: 2020-12-30
The six (6') power cord that plugs into the bottom module. What is the gauge? I would like to replace with one (1") power cord to show less cord. But I want to make sure not to go under gauge.
Hello, I apologize for the delayed response. The cordset provided is 14AWG.
Date published: 2020-12-10