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Back mounting plate

Hello our control panel got hit and the plate that mounts the control box to the pole was damaged at the catch where the box attaches to the plate with the lock. Is it possible to order a new mounting plate for this unit?

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I'm not familiar with the particular system you have but I would call the manufacturer and see if it is something you can order. For some systems you can order back plates, mounting plates ect.. and for others you have to order the whole unit.

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