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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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power cord?

hey guy/gals quick question,

when hanging a light fixture from the ceiling what do you to hide the power cord from the light?


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Lowes home improvement hasnthi gs you can use to hide it. They are made for entertainment centers. You can paint to match walls.

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so have the cord run to the wall then inside and down the strip?


I have two 48" t5ho odyssea fixtures I will be mounting in a custom birch canopy and then hanging it from the ceiling. I don't want the 2 power cords from the light dropping down to the floor from the canopy.
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