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Old 12-17-2007, 04:39 AM   #1
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Questions to Danny Gayhart: Did you do a complete redo of the front cabinets? How did you match the stain (finish) to match the orignal? Is the TV a "thinline"? What did you do with the fans on the bottom side of the origional cabinets? Nice job from one who had done considerable kitchen cabinet building.

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Questions to Danny Gayhart: Did you do a complete redo of the front cabinets? How did you match the stain (finish) to match the orignal? Is the TV a "thinline"? What did you do with the fans on the bottom side of the origional cabinets? Nice job from one who had done considerable kitchen cabinet building.

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Old 12-17-2007, 09:00 AM   #3
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1. I modified the existing cabinets to reduce cost/work.
2. The people at Home Depot were very helpful in matching the stain, do not go there when they are busy.
3. 32" LCD TV
4. Fans are mounted very close to their original position. I believe I may have moved them outboard a bit.
5. Thank you.

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