I have 4 outlets in my garage mounted in an exposed box where they do not seem to be centered. (This seems to be a 4-11/16" box.)
Removing the cover plate reveals that each pair of outlets is only mounted to the box by one corner, which seems pretty sketchy.
How should I fix this so that the outlets are mounted properly? It seems like I have a few different options:
Replace the cover plate with a 4-11/16" cover with openings for 2 duplex outlets and mount the outlets to that.
Add a 4-11/16" 2-device mud ring, mount the outlets to that, and reuse the existing cover plate.
Replace the box with a smaller 2-gang 4" box, mount the outlets to that, and reuse the existing cover plate.
Are all of these acceptable options? What are some reasons to prefer or avoid any of these approaches? I assume that replacing the box would be more work since I'd have to disconnect and reconnect the outlets. If it matters, each pair of outlets is on a separate breaker, and I am in the US.