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Old 06-26-2013, 10:14 AM   #16
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Me? I would just cut a big enough recess on the inside to accommodate the wires. Say 1/4"X1/4". Then remember not to put a drywall screw through it when closing up the wall.
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Me? I would just cut a big enough recess on the inside to accommodate the wires. Say 1/4"X1/4". Then remember not to put a drywall screw through it when closing up the wall.
Or put nailer plates over it.
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Me? I would just cut a big enough recess on the inside to accommodate the wires. Say 1/4"X1/4". Then remember not to put a drywall screw through it when closing up the wall.
That was my suggestion. I assumed nail guards would be installed if notching was done.
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Yea I think I'm going to go this route. It keeps me out of the attic (for now). Thanks guys.

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