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in the load center knockout hole for the multiple low voltage wires coming into the low voltage raceway, how do you best connect/seal all the wire going into the knockout hole. what is the recommended connector so that there isn't space and mice squeezing through there and or chewing wires.

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Knockouts on the lower side
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Knockouts on the lower side of the load centers are typically sealed with electrical seal tight connectors that have conduit attached to it or maybe plugged off as well if not being used.

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Thanks Richard but let's try
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Thanks Richard but let's try this again. I understand that electrical seal tight connectors are used for the major electrical lines (120/220) coming into the metal load center for the knockouts. My question is specific to the low voltage wires coming into the knockouts. I have probably 8 separate low voltage wires coming into one of the knockouts in the low voltage runway side of the panel (i.e. multiple valve wires, spa remote wire, intelliflo cable etc etc. These are all separate wires all being fed through the same knockout hole coming from different locations. What do you recommend for a connector to the knockout when you have multiple wires that need to be fed through the same knockout hole. The builder did not use a connector of any type and mice chewed the low voltage wires and entered up through the knockout hole and set up camp inside my load center.

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