I thought this was interesting. It is in a bathroom of a vacation cottage we were at. Has anyone seen this before. It solves the problem of where to put the required outlet. The glass mirror has an opening in it for the gfci receptacle.
Thanks for the picture e-man2!. Is that plate stainless steel?. Only thing that would concern me about this, would be wether there has ben some sort of sealing around the back of the GFCI plate to prevent moisture getting into the recept. Or is this mirror equipped with one of those mirror demisters?. One of the local FF's here is a glazier and he said he hates working with mirrors, you have to use special glue to hold them to the wall. He also mentioned he has built up about 600 years of bad luck, if you are superstititously-inclined. Shame on you Tony.
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#121928 - 09/02/0502:40 PMRe: Receptacle in Mirror
Do this all the time... Important not to use screw gun! And, solid backing at the opening. I usually write on the wall for the glass guys to add mastic all around the box. It helps reduce the chances it will crack.
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#121931 - 09/03/0505:02 AMRe: Receptacle in Mirror