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Yes you can punch a hole through the back. I usually try to use the space below the breakers (in fact if you look you may have pre punched knockouts there already. If you don’t have pre punched holes you can use an appropriately sized hole saw and punch a hole, using locknuts to secure the conduit to both the box and panel. I try to place my box next to a ...


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While it may be technically OK (I am not a code expert), unless it must be directly behind the panel, far better would be to connect to one of the sides or top or bottom, then turn 90 degrees to go through the wall. You might need an extra little piece of conduit or two, but if there is ever a need to replace the entire panel, it will be much easier not ...


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Use a laser level (I call it laser bubble). That's the way I did it. That is the device designed for this job. Principle The device is a "simple" box that emits multiple laser beams and is self-balancing with a bottom laser The principle is this. Once the lower beam is reflected on the emitter, the device is correctly bubbled to the floor. If not, ...


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You can fill a hole, and then re-drill it for an anchor.If you use a standard weight setting compound, and not all-purpose pre-mixed or lightweight compound, you should get something close enough to the strength of the original drywall. It would actually be stronger, if you didn't use a sandable compound, but a sandable setting compound would get it close ...


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