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  # 1342524 13-Jul-2015 19:55
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I concur, that's a work of art




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  # 1343143 14-Jul-2015 15:56
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andrewNZ: I'm a electrician too, that doesn't make workmanship like that OK. I hope you got an electrical report before you purchased.

I'd suggest you PM coffeebaron and ask what his price would be to tidy it up.

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I must reiterate this is a thing of beauty.  I have the same box (Hubbell) and mine looks like a family of feral cats has made a nest inside it.  

 
 
 
 


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  # 1352154 26-Jul-2015 20:32
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i love super neat cabinets but i'm always thinking "what if i change a component" and then the nice cable is too damn short to reach its new location/port.   :)

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  # 1352210 26-Jul-2015 23:12
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Your fixed wiring is exactly that, fixed, it should never need to move.
However, if you terminate a cable exactly long enough, that's a _uckup. ALWAYS leave spare length.

People _iss and moan about trades wasting cable...
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  # 1352212 26-Jul-2015 23:41
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Get a professional to tidy that up for you - it is well worth it and will make management far easier.

With me, all my stuff is in a vented closet in the hallway, here is a picture for those interested:

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  # 1353464 28-Jul-2015 14:47
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michaelmurfy: Get a professional to tidy that up for you - it is well worth it and will make management far easier.

With me, all my stuff is in a vented closet in the hallway, here is a picture for those interested:

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I think the award goes to you for the most tidiest.





You can also follow me on twitter here @kiwifortw I do twitch streams every now and then at twitch.tv/kiwiforthewin :)

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