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Old 06-17-2019, 12:26 PM   #1
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Monitor Panel Screw Mount

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I unscrewed my Engine Heater switch from the Monitor Panel and must have lost the mounting hardware behind the wall. Does anyone know what this mount hardware is called? See picture.
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Old 01-18-2020, 09:31 AM   #2
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Hello,
I unscrewed my Engine Heater switch from the Monitor Panel and must have lost the mounting hardware behind the wall. Does anyone know what this mount hardware is called? See picture.
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Old 01-18-2020, 10:50 AM   #3
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Almost looks like what you would find on old construction duplex electrical boxes and Home depot or Lowes. If you are missing them buy a box for around $1.25 and take those off and install on your panel. When you turn the screw they go clockwise and lock the panel to the mounting surface behind the panel.
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Those are also used on many of the electrical outlets on your coach. If you look at the outlet and see a screw in opposite corners, then that is what you have. They are made to be loosened enough to turn so that you can slide out the outlet. I made the same mistake, removed the screw, and lost that part in the wall. I ended up buying a new electrical outlet just to get that dang part!
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Old 01-18-2020, 03:16 PM   #5
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In electrical work there is an item somewhat like it that might be cheap and easy to find and try for fit.
This might fit and its by folding behind the wall as you screw the fitting tight:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Old-Work...-969/202097253
Another item that might be easy to try is the clips used to hold mirrors to the wall.
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Those are also used on many of the electrical outlets on your coach. If you look at the outlet and see a screw in opposite corners, then that is what you have. They are made to be loosened enough to turn so that you can slide out the outlet. I made the same mistake, removed the screw, and lost that part in the wall. I ended up buying a new electrical outlet just to get that dang part!
Yes. All my 110v outlets are installed with those. Many drywall boxes use them too. I see them called Pop Up Fins but can’t find them anywhere but on electrical boxes like this:
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