With no access above or below you are in a tough spot. I would NOT use the existing cable to a string. Going around bends is a bear. Short of pulling down drywall the easiest thing would be to use exterior wiring to the room or adjacent room. Whats on the other side of the wall or nearby? closet? garage? exterior? and run the wire around the baseboard if needed. The simplest route isn't always the most direct a closet or spare bedroom on the other side of the wall can hide a multitude of sin.RayJ said:Gary, that was a great help.
One more question...
Since I have a single length of RG6 already in the wall, should I use it to pull a string? It seems all the talk about the sticks assumes I am starting from scratch.
And by the way, I have a concrete slab (no crawlspace) and this is on the first floor with no access to the space between the floors. In other words, I'm flying relatively blind.