I have a curious conundrum regarding a long and winding journey for a five-metre fire-rated HDMI cable. I hope your collective expertise can resolve this matter.
The key question for me is not whether it's possible, but whether it is within housing regulations and indeed safe. I will explain the cable's journey below:
1) First it goes into a stud wall in Room 1, then up three meters into the ceiling of Room 1 and into the floorboards of Room 2 2) When in the floorboards of Room 2, it travels 1 metre across, into the very base of another stud wall in Room 2 3) Then, when in Room 2's stud wall, it travels 50cm up, and pokes out into Room 3
I know it's quite a bizarre journey. I'll spare you the story of how it got to that. By my calculations the fire-rated HDMI cable will pass through two safe zones.
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