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cat6 keystones don't fit standard faceplates

cat6 keystones don't fit standard faceplates

Help! We took over a partially complete cabling job and discovered that the CAT6 keystones are non standard. They have the clips similar to Leviton/Hubble, but the keystone doesn't fit in the normal faceplate opening.

The size of these keystones are 3/4 by 5/8 inch. The only marking on them is c6 on the front, and 7-372 F on the back. We don't know the manufacturer.

We've traveled to Graybar and 4 other supply houses and no one has heard or see of these jacks before.

Did I mention there was 300 of them? UGGG

Thanks in advance!

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