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Old 02-23-2009, 11:05 PM   #16
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replacing box in wall with new construction type


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Most boxes come out easily.....unless it has a bracket in front of the stud
Every single box in my house is the bracket in front of the stud kind. So when upgrading to a double, what I do is crush the old box, then sawzall off the bracket. Last one I did, there was 0 damage to the plaster. :-)

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