Question about Audio & Video Receivers
i would use hot glue. It sets real fast and is easy to administer. Put a dab on the cable, stretch, and secure into place. Hold for bout 5 secs, then on to the next spot. in this way you can tidy the lead dress as you go. If you dont wish to see the cable, I would use some square section conduit that has a clip down lid. You can get it from electrical wholesalers for about $10 a 3m length. The best of this stuff has double sided tape to fix it to the wall, however the cost goes up to like $40 a length
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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