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#51816 - 05/10/05 04:44 PM Rough-in Protector
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Registered: 05/24/04
Posts: 56
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ USA
Many years ago there was a plastic protector that snapped into the screw holes on outlet boxes. It was primarily used where plaster was the wall finish. There was a spike of plastic protruding from the center to aid in locating boxes that were buried. Is this still manufactured? I ahve tried several sources w/o success.
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#51817 - 05/10/05 07:51 PM Re: Rough-in Protector
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Registered: 05/19/04
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Loc: Pewaukee,WI,USA
I just found a free sample from EC&M or Electrical Contractor magazines. It says www.compacovers.com on it. I hope that's what you want.

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#51818 - 05/11/05 02:12 AM Re: Rough-in Protector
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Thanks Ralph. These look to be reusable. Good idea. The style I used were one timers.
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