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How to Hide Messy Television Wires

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In most entertainment and living rooms, the television is often the centerpiece.
Many are mounted on the wall with couches, recliners, and furniture set
up surrounding it. If the television is the center of the room, why would
you want to display it with messy wires dangling from the unit to the floor?

To complete this project you will need a drill, plastic tubing, electrical
cords and outlets.For your convenience you can purchase a wall and power
cable kit.

Step 1: Install the wall mount for the television in the desired spot.

Step 2: A few inches below the bottom of the wall mount, drill a circular hole
that is a few inches in diameter. There is a pre-set drill bit available
for a perfect circular hole. Drill a second hole towards the floor, preferably
behind the entertainment console so you can plug the cables into the cable
box, dvd player, etc.

Step 3: Grab the tube and cord combo and feed it into the top hole. Have another
person wait towards the bottom so they can pull the tube out from the
other side.

Step 4: Screw the outlet piece of the tube into the hole you created. Do this
for both the top and bottom holes.

Step 5: Feed all of the cables from the top hole to the bottom. Proceed to place
the TV onto the wall and connect all of the cables.

Step 6: The television should be plugged into the outlet in the top hole and
all other wires should be ran through, leading to the entertainment console.

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With just a few simple steps you can have your wall completely bare of
any messy wires. Some people may run into some electrical problems or
will need help with this setup. For the expert help of an electrician,
contact the professionals at
LPH Service. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at 717-207-8198.

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