Yep, that's the entrance I'm talking about.
I'm not familiar with a butterfly clamp, can you describe this further?
I'm sure a trip to the local home center will help me figure out what's
available for the task. But, I haven't had the time...
In addition to the other tips...
The front bezel on the panel covers some distance around the outside of
the panel. On the ones I've used, about 1" outside the panel is
covered. That leaves plenty of room to remove 1/2" of drywall above
and/or below the panel thru which you can access the other side of the
cable clamp. Needle nose pliers to hold the ring and install the clamp
backwords, or keep the screws on the clamp facing the correct way and
you can get a screwdriver in there to tighten the clamp on the wire.
Wanted: Omnibook 800 & accessories, cheap, working or not
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