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yep, yep and yep, going to need a good size wrench and a large bucket.
It is going to be a bit messy!
You should de-energize those circuits that feed the wires directly under the clean out plug.
 

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Most likely there will be a gasket. You won't know what condition it is in until you inspect it.
When you re-assemble it brush the seal and mating surfaces with white teflon plumbers paste, it will help seal things back up.
 
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