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Hanging a ethernet and television cable between 2 buildings

This is SELV so the rules are very relaxed compared to power wires. What type of steel wire rope should I use ? One that's strong enough and sufficiently durable, if you're near the coast I would ...
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What's behind my wall? Is it safe to mount a TV?

Skip the problem entirely. You are probably going to want to put a hole in wall behind the TV. That hole will be where you run your cables through, or possibly put in an outlet. Since you know that is ...
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What's behind my wall? Is it safe to mount a TV?

I wonder if the cluster of 6 yellow dots on the left could be leakage from the meter box and its cables. I wonder why there are no yellow dots leading clearly to the known outlet .. .although those ...
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What's behind my wall? Is it safe to mount a TV?

It is standard to place studs at 16 inches, but does not mean an extra stud cannot be placed differently for some reason. Extra piece to place screws/nails or support for something. Electrical cables ...
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What's behind my wall? Is it safe to mount a TV?

I would suggest finding the live wire that feeds the receptacle behind the TV. if you can find the path possibly a horizontal path at the height or a little above the receptacle you probably will find ...
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