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#47447 - 01/17/05 09:31 AM CS6369 recep
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This is very frustrating. I already posted this, and somebody came up with a nice solution from Appleton. Unfortunately, the post seems to have been deleted.

I need to install a CS6369 recep in an interior wall of a building containing many small medical offices. For the times when the unit will not be plugged in, I want the recep to be covered. Unfortunately, the covers are designed to fit on an FS/FD box. My plan was to install a deep 4S box and a single gang mud ring. I'm not sure if anybody makes a single gang mud ring with the four corner screws like on a FS/FD box. I believe the only cover Hubbell makes for the CS6369 is the HBL7774WO or HBL77CM74WO . I wasn't sure how to attach this cover to a single gang mud ring, but somebody recommended Appleton FSK-SBA adapter.

Can anybody else think of any other solutions?

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#47448 - 01/17/05 10:09 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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This is very frustrating. I already posted this, and somebody came up with a nice solution from Appleton. Unfortunately, the post seems to have been deleted.
royta,

When was this posted? To my knowledge nothing like this was deleted, I hope we are not losing threads.

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#47449 - 01/17/05 10:15 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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I looked at the job on Dec. 30th, so it would have had to be shortly after that. Maybe the following Monday? I remember I had several good responses. I only post at Mike Holt and this one, but Mike Holt has no "general" section, so my post would have been here.

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#47451 - 01/17/05 10:38 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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Sorry, I have no answer for you. The only time something gets 'vanished' on purpose is if it's a clear DIYer How-to question, a sales pitch or an unruly discussion. These items get moved to an archive area, so they're not really gone. I looked, but it's not there.

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#47452 - 01/17/05 10:41 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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royta, I remember you posting here about that. It had something to do with a coffee cart that may not be plugged in all the time. If I'm correct I do not see your earlier post either.
Al

I see what was lost is now found. I have to learn to type faster.

[This message has been edited by capt al (edited 01-17-2005).]

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#47453 - 01/17/05 10:54 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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kentvw,

Thanks for finding it. ( here )
I have no idea why, but this doesn't show up in a search for 'CS6369' or as a post by member royta.

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#47454 - 01/17/05 11:02 AM Re: CS6369 recep
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Hmm, I did a search using my username with no luck. I also did a search using "CS6369". I wonder why it didn't turn up?

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capt al - me too!

[This message has been edited by royta (edited 01-17-2005).]

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