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Old 05-17-2006, 03:18 AM   #1
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Looking for electrician for plasma wiring

Im looking for a good / affordable electrician to run some wires in a wall for me so i can hang my plasma on the wall and keep it clean looking

holla at me if u know someone with experience

willing to trade some computer skills for deal [website , yaddy yaddy]
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Old 05-17-2006, 03:31 AM   #2
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what kinda work you need done? just running the hdmi cords threw the wall? power also right?
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Old 05-17-2006, 03:32 AM   #3
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yup ...

prob going to get circuit city to install plasma .. i hear they have a plan where u can pay them , they come out and mount your tv and if it falls from the mount they give u new tv ..

but i want the holes or whatever wiring done and ready before i mount up
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you could probably do it yourself, unless you just dont trust yourself. i have ran phone lines and cable lines before not to hard. if your just running the power wire down threw the wall and into a outlet and then the hdmi down into a cable box i would save my money and give it a shot first
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Old 05-17-2006, 03:36 AM   #5
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thats basically all i need ... just the wires ran from my tv on the wall ... inside the wall to the entertainment center below

i guess i just dont trust myself
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lol just get a little snake and somthing to cut the dry wall go grab a wall plate you can cut to fit your cord and you could probably do it in like 10-15 minutes
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i wouldnt waist money on an electrician no need to mess with any real wiring
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Old 05-17-2006, 04:38 AM   #8
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if your gonna run power to an new outlet, i would have someone qualified to do it. I had a buddy try to run his own power outlet for a coffee maker in his garage. the outlet arced and caught the garage on fire. He did get a fat insurance check though.. bought him and his wife Harleys
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tape the wires to a thin chain and drop them through. then use a pretty stong magnet on a hanger or something to put in the other hole to grab the chain and pull the wires through
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give me a call. ill give you a good deal or walk you thru it if you want. i do that stuff all day long.
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that isn't as hard as you think it is.
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oh, sorry, I thought you wanted an ERECTION.....again.... sorry.
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:41 AM   #13
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i have an electrician on staff if you need Greg.... give me a call man...

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what do you mean you do that stuff all day long??? oh yeah, are you still at that job off beltway and i10
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give me a call. ill give you a good deal or walk you thru it if you want. i do that stuff all day long.
i will probably hit u up

im not moving into my house until 2nd week of june, but im trying to get everything planned out ahead of time.

its probably not that hard, but its just something i would rather have someone with a little bit more knowledge and experience than me do or help with
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i will probably hit u up

im not moving into my house until 2nd week of june, but im trying to get everything planned out ahead of time.

its probably not that hard, but its just something i would rather have someone with a little bit more knowledge and experience than me do or help with
i stay right off westhiemer and fountainview. hit me up. if i don't answer please leave a message.
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i have an electrician on staff if you need Greg.... give me a call man...

713.829.2800


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what do you mean you do that stuff all day long??? oh yeah, are you still at that job off beltway and i10

im still there man. usually out of the store doing installs thou.
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