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Product Series: CordMate
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RoHS: Yes
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Installation Location: On-wall
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RoHS Compliant
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Can you use CordMate at a worksite to conceal a TV cord? Is it not a violation of the NEC's requirement that you not attach flexible cords to building surfaces once you stick it to the building with the cord inside?

Asked by: Mary
The use of the C100 CordMate product to cover a TV cord attached to the wall would be at the discretion of the local AHJ. The CordMate product is a cord cover. The use of cord covers is not addressed in the NEC or CEC. The NEC states that flexible cable is not to be attached to building surfaces, but does not address the permanency of the "attachment".
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2019-07-29

Is there a way to remove the adhesive to reposition the cordmate product without damage to the wall?

Asked by: Jenene19
The adhesive provided on the Cordmate as well as our other Raceways strongly bonds to the wall. This is very desirable for most applications. However, in some cases it probably isn't because if you try to remove the Cordmate from the wall after it sticks it is likely to cause some damage. It will leave behind a residue which will be difficult to clean and could pull some of the surface off of the drywall with it as it comes off. The following methods can be used to remove the product and adhesive from the wall; 1) Using a spray bottle, spray vinegar directly where the adhesive is adhered to the wall. Let the vinegar soak in to the adhesive for a period of time. The vinegar will help deteriorate the adhesive. A putty knife can be used to pry the product/adhesive away from the wall surface. 2) Use a citrus based adhesive remover from a local hardware store. Follow the instructions on the bottle.
Answered by: Tech Support Team
Date published: 2019-07-08

Does the cordmate line of wiremold offer an end cap? I have used the flat elbow and the couplings, but I need something to cap the end where the wire terminates into the wall. 

Asked by: Austin
Unfortunately this specific Cordmate series doesn't have end fittings. This system was intended to be open ended and have the cord come straight out. There are other sizes in the Cordmate line that do offer end fittings, such as the C50, CMK50, and C310.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2019-07-08

Will a coax cable fit in the cordmate

Asked by: Erin
The Cordmate cord protector can accommodate cables up to 1/8" in diameter. Most coax cables are larger than that, usually around 1/4" in diameter or bigger. For a coax cable I recommend using our Cordmate II product.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2019-05-13

Does the adhesive damage the paint on walls if I wanted to remove it??

Asked by: Apollo
The adhesive provided on the Cordmate, as well as our other raceways, bonds to the wall quite strongly. This is very desirable in most applications. However, in your case it probably isn't because if you try to remove the Cordmate from the wall after it sticks it is likely to cause some damage. It will either leave behind a residue which will be difficult to clean or pull some of the surface of the drywall with it as it comes off. Having said that, here as some suggestions as to what you can do to remove the tape residue: The double-sided adhesive used on the back of the raceway has a foam core that can be cut with a razor blade if you are very careful. Use a "filet" technique, pulling up as you go. Then you'll be left with about 1/2 the thickness of the tape still on the wall. You might try rubbing what is left on the wall off manually, wearing rubber gloves. Or you can try scraping it off with a putty knife. If the wall has a gloss finish then you can also consider using an alcohol based solvent to remove the tape residue. If the wall has a flat finish the problem is a bit more difficult because the finish may absorb the solvent that is used. In all cases, I would suggest that you first try in an area that is not visible.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2019-02-11

Can this item be reopened if necessary? I want to use it once a year to hide a power cord for Christmas tree.

Asked by: Ray B
In theory yes but, due to its very small size, it's quite difficult to get a grip on it and reopen it once it's fastened to the wall.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2018-11-28
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