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Old 06-02-2011, 10:46 AM   #29
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I am hanging a 32" LCD in place of my 27" CRT. The LCD will overlap the original box that contained the LCD with room to still open the cabinets on either side. I will show some pictures of the job when I am done. One thing to keep in mind is I am definitely not a carpenter or cabinet maker. So go easy on me with the criticizing OK.
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I am hanging a 32" LCD in place of my 27" CRT. The LCD will overlap the original box that contained the LCD with room to still open the cabinets on either side. I will show some pictures of the job when I am done. One thing to keep in mind is I am definitely not a carpenter or cabinet maker. So go easy on me with the criticizing OK.
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Old 06-17-2011, 06:49 AM   #31
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If you don't mind my asking, where are you getting the new furniture from for your Escaper? We too would like to put new furniture in our 2003 Damon intruder. I have checked a few places and it is pretty pricy.
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Where did you get your new rv furniture from? I am looking at an old post.
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