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  1. thank you for this! we’ll be tackling our media center in a few weeks and hiding our tv cords, so these links and tools are super helpful! πŸ™‚

  2. I don’t mean to be the bearer of bad news, but the option you used, along with all of the products you linked, are for low voltage only (like HDMI or coax). These low voltage kits should not be used with a tv power cord and you should never run power cords behind the wall because it is a major fire hazard. If you want to hide power cords, there are in wall power kits available that are specifically made for this purpose that cost a little more but use an in wall rated non metallic sheathed cable that is not only safer but also electrical code compliant.

    1. You’re absolutely right. Thanks for the clarification! Our cord is a low-voltage (the actual power cord is outside of the wall). I’ll update the post with more detailed info on the higher voltage wires!