Hi guys, I've searched & googled all over for this for months, so before i break the thing in hate, does anybody know how to get a chrome shiney 'Legrand' multi thing faceplate off to get into the wiring etc...
It has 4 mains sockets, telephone, sat, tv & radio outlets, with blanks for more small outlets, you know those small modular things.
Anyway, the front plate has on either side (left & right) 2 small what look like usual tiny entry points for the tip of a screwdriver to pop it off.
I've tried endlessly to no avail and it's right next to the plaster.
Do these have a tiny tool to remove or something??
Face measures 224mm wide x 240mm high.
There's nothing top or bottom, just those 2 on each side.
Any help before I totally lose it and rip it off in anger
Well after some time waggling things behind it, it finally came away with a long flat small 'L' bracket pushed behind, while heavily yanking that front panel. It won't pop off by design.
No wonder it didn't want to come off.
If anyone else finds the same thing you will need a flat piece of metal 1 to 1.5 mm thick and shove it hard but level behind it while pulling the front, one corner at a time. Small thin bracket works well.
You cannot use a screwdriver, if you do, you will definitely gouge a huge whole at each point & it probably won't touch the correct clips as you can't push a screwdriver flush flat with the wall.
I would never buy these, hell what a pain in the ar*e!