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Old 02-14-2011, 08:03 AM   #1
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Media Center Panel Basement Storage Repair

Since I have owned this rig, The Media Center Panel in the basement storage compartment has been damaged, due to poor installation and water damage to the table.





The repair took about two hours, with my sons Brady and Cody. I am a journeyman interior finish carpenter, however, the skill set is not so demanding as to preclude the enthusiast .

The table water damage repair is another repair, but, I got an atta'boy from my wife, so that will be a repair for later.

The materials used:
Home Depot 24" carpet runner
5/8 plywood CDX
two sided tape
1 each 3/16X2"X15" aluminum flat
5 each #8X3/4 screws

The tools:
Milwaukee drill with #2 Phillips bit
Jigsaw
3/8 drill bit
Clamps
Circular Saw
Pencil
Utility Knife
Sander
Multitool

The Aluminum flat is for a brace not pictured. It stabilizes the panel and the table from moving around while extending or retracting the table.

Here is pictures of the process.https://picasaweb.google.com/1077622...MediaRepair02#

Thanks for looking,
Sam
1995 Damon UltraSport Class A 34' Gas
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Looks great, I just love a fellow do it urselfer!!! Keep up the good work. There is always something that needs attention.
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