Abandoning lamp cord in the wall
This might not be something that anyone can answer without a physical inspection, but I am just wondering if this is an option.
To bring you up to date: I have 4 undercabinet lights in my kitchen, high voltage, that are attached to a dimmer and run on a lamp cord that is strung in an unknown pathway through the wall. The dimmer and one of the small appliance circuits are on the same circuit.
The undercabinet lights stretch in an L formation with one on one side of the kitchen and the others on a different wall but they must somehow be connected.
Do you think it might be feasible to somehow abandon the lamp cord in the wall and not have to worry about removing it?
I hope you don't think my question is too silly.