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CE TECH In-Wall Power Cord and Cable Kit
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CE TECH

In-Wall Power Cord and Cable Kit

  • Easily feed HDMI, coax and gaming cables through the wall
  • Installs in 30-60 minutes with no hard wiring and no electrician
  • Easy do-it-yourself installation
$39.94 /each

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The Flat Screen TV In-Wall Cover and Power Kit allows for a neat and easy installation. This is the easiest and most energy efficient system for running TV cables behind the wall. The kit provides the ability to add or remove cables as needed without removing the boxes or cover plates with the built in cable feeding tube.

  • Optional use of Air-free method or standard method for exterior walls with thick insulation or more than 4 cables
  • Air-free patent pending energy efficient system reduces air flow into the home and reduces your energy bills
  • EZ feed "patent pending" feed system that allows feeding HDMI, coax and gaming cables through the wall effortlessly
  • Pre-wire design installs in 30 minutes with no electrician or hard wiring for the standard method and 60 minutes for the Air-free method
  • Kit includes: power grommets with 60 in. power cable, attached 6 ft. power cord, 60 in. feed tube a hole saw for a power drill, fish tape to pull tube through the back of the wall and attached gaskets to seal the system for energy savings

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once you purchased the power cord & cable kit, can you just purchase the wall recepticales?

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Loves Park, IL
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You need an existing receptacle nearby.
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I think my kit was complete with everything...
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July 19, 2015
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They have another product that has just the receptacles without power cord.
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March 29, 2015
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If I understand your question, the kit includes the receptacles' with the bottom one having a power cord to plug into your wall plug outlet and the top one allows you to plug your TV and you have the in wall tube to accommodate the cables.
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Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
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March 31, 2014
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Cost wise your just better off with the full kit.
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Orange, NY, USA
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September 4, 2013
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It plugs into your existing wall outlets. You shouldn't have to purchase wall recepticales.
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Syracuse, NY
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April 8, 2013
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the receptacle included with the kit cannot be purchased as a separate part.
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April 3, 2013
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Hi Stan
Thank you for asking. These receptacles are propriety to the kit. However, we carry a variety of receptacles for this type of application. I’m posting the link for you below. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service
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Hi Stan
Thank you for asking. These receptacles are propriety to the kit. However, we carry a variety of receptacles for this type of application. I’m posting the link for you below. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/catalog/servlet/Search?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&keyword=flat+screen%20pre-assembled%20power%20module&Ns=None&Ntpr=1&Ntpc=1&selectedCatgry=Search+All
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August 13, 2016
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I would suggest a surge protector separately..
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you will have to plug it in a surge protector
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Fredericksburg, Va
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June 3, 2016
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This does not provide surge protection. You will need a separate surge protector.
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Irvine CA
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June 2, 2016
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Bring your own surge protection.
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No it does not have surge protection . You will need separate surge protection
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Corryton, TN
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June 1, 2016
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You will need a surge protector. Your TV will plug into the unit on the wall behind the TV. The cord from the wall unit will then plug into a surge protector.
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Is the power cord that goes inside the wall CL rated?

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Fredericksburg, Va
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July 21, 2015
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I did not specifically observe the CL stamp, but the power cord appears to be romex and suitably sheathed. The cord gets strapped to the included flex conduit.
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conforms to UL STD 514C and CSA STD C22.2 #18.2 wall installation.
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It's ROMEX cable that runs behind the wall, so there should be no problem with rating.
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March 24, 2014
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Yes.....it's rated for the National Electrical Code. It's a very slick setup.
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February 26, 2014
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Yes thats the whole reason for this unit it bypasses you having to put your tv cord behind the wall, or installing a plug up where you are mounting your tv.
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We checked on that with our Compiance Manager. He replied that CL rating is an in wall rating for low voltage cables. The power cable in the wall of the CMK70 is NM cable, which is NEC code compliant to be inside the wall.
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TV and outlet in different locations

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Can I use this product if my TV is mounted to the wall in one place, say in the middle of the room over the fireplace. I want to hide the cords and bring them to the left corner of the room; is it easy to do this or is it only feasible if the cords are going up and down from the tv?
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The length of this kit is only maybe 6 feet.
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No this product is pretty much for a straight vertical drop. From your description you would have to go through the ceiling in my opinion. Jim
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can you go up to a crawl space then come back down?
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There has to be no blockage. Meaning if there is any wood and there should Vertical studs every 16 " I believe. And over a fire place there will/should be brick. When I did mine I was originally going to push through the wall to the room sharing the wall and bring it through the same wall at a different height.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 94 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Super Easy to install The hardest part was feeding the cables through and thats probably because I did not follow the cutting directions of the video because that did not make sense to me. I cut the length from bottom of top hole to top of bottom hole. The zig zag pattern of the tube caught each cable head while I was inserting. But it was totally worth the trouble. I have recommended this kit to two people so far that have asked "how did you hide the cables" and I'll continue to recommend. This 40 year old lady installed her 65 in all by her lonesome :D September 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This product is great! It isn't as easy to install as it appears to be. However, I like the final product. I wish the oval face plate version was available at my local Home Depot. That version looks easier to install. If you purchase this as a DIY makes sure you measure the exact distance you want using a measuring tape along the desired wall. I did not do that and cut it a little too short. Hope this helps. (Also watch both oval and round face plate installation before you begin and during the round face plate installation measuring the wall is a step used in the oval technique and not in the round technique.) Hope this helps. October 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, but installation can be troublesome The product got the job done and looks great once installed. Feeding the tube through the wall however was pretty difficult. Also the tube only fits a max of 2 HDMI cords. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! This worked so well! The design is well thought out and it even included the hole saw! I have paid more in the past to buy all the components to do this job from scratch. No more! I will buy this kit from now on! October 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not great for exterior walls with installation Installing this in an interior wall is probably a breeze. I was installing it into an exterior wall with insulation. The directions suggest that the fish tape makes it easy to pull the power cable and corrugated tube through a wall with insulation, but I found it nearly impossible. Once the insulation got caught as I tried to push the cable and tube downward through the wall, my efforts to force it through just jammed the insulation into a tighter bunch. I eventually had to cut a higher hole in the wall and dig all the insulation out to break the jam. That being said, the rest of the installation was pretty easy. The product is not the highest quality, but it works, and the price is great. It also looks good once installed. It's a good idea and I think for interior walls, it's a no-brainer. If you've got an exterior wall in mind, you mind want to consider other options (or just be prepared for a lot of frustration). September 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time First of all, it was not clear what the differences are between the two models - oval vs. round. I sent my husband to the store and he got us the round. Great, I thought, I prefer the look of the round one. Installation was not easy breezy as it was portrayed in the video. Nothing really snaps together smoothly. After all was said and done, I go and try to plug in the tv cord...and it wouldn't fit. There's not enough clearance to accommodate our tv plug. That's when it dawned on me that I actually needed the oval kit. It'd be great to highlight this at the start of the video and on the box! So annoyed after having wasted all that time installing this darn thing and now I have to try to undo everything. What a waste of time! September 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Serves the purpose, with some caveats! This product serves its intended purpose at a fair price. Watch the installation video and play along as you install, making certain that the tube length is 3 1/2 inches less than the installation distance. The tube is not as large as I expected, and being currogated, it makes fishing wires the with the included fish tape more difficult than it should be. The fish tape itself is an issue, as where you connect the pieces together to extend the length are wide, and the more wires you fish through, the more of an issue it becomes. We fished 3 HDMI cables and 1 optical audio cable through. I ended up using a long wire to get the optical cable fished through, as it was the last wire to fish and even though it is thin, it was a no go with the included fish tape. I would recommend using the thinnest Audio/Video cables of quality you can to make the fishing process less of a chore. Make certain they are plenty long enough, and in the event they are not, HDMI couplers and extension cables are an option. Overall. the process was not incredibly difficult, just take your time. I will say that it is slightly nerve racking drilling the first large hole with the included hole-saw into perfect dry-wall! Good luck and enjoy the fruits of your labor when complete, as it is worth it and satisfying! September 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I think it's worth it. Kit works well. I've used a few of them and they are worth the money. I used to just run Romex and another recessed outlet and receptacles to mount but after buying everything I just spent a few extra dollars on this kit. Final result is a clean look. September 11, 2016
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