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There has to be a grounding screw round here someplace... oh there's one [Linked Image]

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Little question.
Do these boxes come with the knock-outs already removed from them?.
Just wondering, because there are 3 on the side of that box and only 2 are being "used", why the extra hole?.
Has to be good for spreading smoke and heat.
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Wassa matter? They don't have "heat relief", aka Ventilation in New Zealand? Heck, no wonder you guys need so many firemen!!!! [Linked Image]

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Trumpy, it kind of depends on who was wrunning the punch press that day whether the hole is plugged or not, and how @#$%^& hard it is to get out the KO

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How come they're called knockouts anyway?

All of them ever I've seen knock in.


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