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Old 10-26-2010, 09:17 PM   #15
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Would like to do that, but, we are loading up and leaving tomorrow to get out of this NW rain. Hope to be in ElGolfo in a 6 weeks or so.
When I get the mouldings done in a few weeks I will post.

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Originally Posted by Beagle RC Air View Post
Thanks everyone,
Time to wrap this one up, it has gone from lcd's to smartbeds!
I got our 37" Panasonic lcd installed by cutting away most of the old tv 'garage' and narrowing quite a bit of the right cabinet. It is forward of the old tv face by about 10" and angled down about 15 degrees. This keeps it from protruding down below what the old tv did. Have to finish a couple of trim moulding then will post photos if there is any interest.

That's my fault...my apologies I should have started a new thread.

...and yes please post photos I'm very interested in what you are doing to the cabinets as well.

Best regards..Stan M.

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Old 10-27-2010, 10:17 PM   #17
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Aw, the shame of it!


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