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Posted 28 June 2013 - 00:19
Wow. We use cord ducting in places where we roll carts around at work and it holds up to that. I'm wondering what sort of environment you must be in for that to not work...
Have you looked at installing the cable in plastic spiral weave or metal hose? Another thing to do might be to look at running the cabling differently, tacking it along wallboard, in the ceiling with cable drops, etc.
That's a good suggestion. Going to see if I can get a small hose to do the work (my mom is going to kill me and I'll laugh at her very load)
Now... what I really need is someone to recommend me high quality Aux Cables.
Posted 28 June 2013 - 07:46
Maybe put some armored (metal) flexible conduit inside the cord duct, and route the cable through that?