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Old 10-15-2013, 02:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Another crazy question.

I bought a monoprice 10 outlet surge protector, well 2 of them actually. The one in my garage will be used for the sub, receiver , a big fan, 2 makita chargers and misc stuff.

I can never get these to stay flush and stable on the wall because i can't find any with tabs, they just have the holes in the back. Install of those is a pain in itself and they never line up with the studs, but even so with Sheetrock adapters there is always a bit of play in it. Has anyone figured out an idiot proof way of making these so they are "attached" to the wall with no play whatsoever, so you don't ever have to wonder if you are pulling it off the wall when you pull a three prong plug out of it.?

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