How to Hide TV Wires | Code Compliant TV Wiring

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TitleHow to Hide TV Wires | Code Compliant TV Wiring
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How to hide TV wires behind the wall quickly and easily. A kit is used to make the wiring code compliant and simple to do for any do it yourself. Most kits run between $50 and $90 and are designed to hide all the wires and make your flat screen TV area look great. For more information about the kits, components, and items mentioned in the video check out the post on my DIY website listed above.

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*Tools Needed
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*Supplies Needed
PowerBridge Solutions ONE-CK Cable Management System (One outlet and works great) - [[link stripped]]
PowerBridge Solutions TWO-CK Cable Management System (Two Outlets and a little bigger hole for running more wires) - [[link stripped]]

3 Main Benefits to using a TV wiring kit
CODE COMPLIANT in the USA – Running a standard tv plugin cord behind a wall is against code. This kit provides a Romex wire that is code compliant and can be run behind a wall. No modifications to any existing electoral circuits and no direct contact with live wiring is required.
HIDES WIRES – You can hide the all wires behind the wall. This includes the Romex wire and your audio video, HDMI, and component cables.
PROFESSIONAL RESULTS – Your flat mount TV will look sleek and the wall will be clean of wires. The new configuration looks professional and works great.

Once the TV was hung I had to figure out how to disguise all the wires. I also needed to figure out where to put all the components. The living room was starting to look like a college dorm room. So, I did a little research and decided to get a behind the wall wiring kit on Amazon. Kits range from about $50 to $90 and are code compliant. Hiding TV wires is a simple do it yourself project any of us can tackle!

Install an outlet behind the tv and another down low. Use Romex cable to connect the two. This is a code compliant way to run the wires behind the wall. Feed the component cables through the wall. Plug the lower outlet into a normal plugin to activate the TV’s circuit. Then plug the TV into the new outlet behind it. That’s the basic overview!
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