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Old 04-16-2014, 05:02 PM   #1
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TV installation

I just finished installing a 32 inch TV in my 2002 Dolphin 5355. I made a 3 inch deep shadowbox to accomodate the mounting bracket. This was attached where the old CRT was and also to fill the hole. I then made new mouldings to close the gap. Then I made 2 new doors to fit the smaller opening but the shelves were not altered.
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Looks good.. When I do mine I plan on visiting a local cabinet person ... (I may get the Replacement TV next week) cutting down teh cabinet a bit and fitting the TV in and adding storage rather than leave the space behind it empty, The TV will either fold up or down (Depending on just how we mount it) to access the storage behind it and either a set of drawers or a cabinet with pull out trays below it more than likely for CD/DVD storage.
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