|Brand||Bluelounge||Commercial Electric||Commercial Electric|
|Name||Cable Box, White||Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit||Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit|
|Material||Plastic||Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)||Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)|
|Electrical Product Type||Electrical Cords & Cord Management||Electrical Cords & Cord Management||Electrical Cords & Cord Management|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|
Not sure! Depends if it will be fed from a surge protected ckt in the breaker box. By itself, no.
Yes, the cord can be plugged in a surge protector but It is recommended to be used in a wall outlet.
The flat panel tv cable organizer does not have a fuse. You are having other electrical issues that need the attention of an electrician. You might want to uninstall the box to make sure it is wired correctly. Black to black, white to white and copper to ground. Sounds like an overloaded circuit.
Sure i think you can use it in reverse order
Yes, because this unit is not hardwired.
There is no reason this type of installation is not possible. Set your template where you will make your cuts. Remember: measure twice for accuracy.
Cords long enough Extra was zip ties and slipped into the box if ever needed to be retrieved later
I don't know, you may want to consider checking where you live.
You're right - the spec is either misleading or incorrect. Both top and bottom units easily fit in a standard 3.5 wall cavity you would get with 2x4 stud construction.
The organizer kit is not hardwired. It works basically as an extension cord. If you are experiencing electrical surges you should have a certified electrician inspect your electrical service.