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  1. con-tiki

    con-tiki Funster

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    I bought a 4 way cable feed gland for my solar panels and satellite cables. The one I originally ordered was out of stock, so i was sent a replacement. The gland has only blank plates on it, so do I have to buy the cable holders separately as there were none with it?.

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    How does the feed gland work Shirl?
     
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    Yes you will need the glands,pop down to local electrical factors:thumb:
    Take cable you intend to use and they will sort you out with correct size glands
     
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    The cable gland gets fitted on roof and instead of multiple holes in my roof for the cables to feed through they will feed through via the gland, there will just be 1, albeit a bit of a larger hole.

    Hope that makes sense

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    Screwfix do the glands, cheap as chips:thumb:
     
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    Nope, the glands are quite flexible
     
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