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# 136667 4-Dec-2013 23:09
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Hi

I have found a number of sites selling AV wall faceplates and keystone jacks - so you can have any combination of items on the wall.  Appears that the faceplate will fit into an electrical style flushbox on the wall.

Any ideas of how to do it if you are attaching to some wooden panelling do it cannot be a flushbox behind?   Is there something so that the keystone jacks can be used in something that sticks of the wall a bit?

 - thanks

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  # 945841 5-Dec-2013 08:05
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Something like this.
http://www.pdl.co.nz/product-details.aspx?rcat=products&catid=809&id=768
Various mounting blocks avaolable at Hardware, electrical and online stores.

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  # 945844 5-Dec-2013 08:10
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As per the link, you want a mounting block. They come in two depths.




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  # 945996 5-Dec-2013 12:07
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Great - thanks

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