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Old 05-20-2016, 03:52 PM   #21
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Nice job-- do you ever make videos?
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Old 06-18-2016, 09:57 PM   #22
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What is the difference between the HW30C and the EMS-HW30C surge protectors? I want to order mine tonight from amazon but can't really find out what the difference is other than about $150. Sorry,..It might be a stupid question but I have no idea.

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Old 04-12-2017, 05:28 PM   #23
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Its been a while since I have done anything to the 5er, so over the last couple of days, I added some hinges to the panel below the fridge, so I have easier access and created some storage for cleaning supplies.




I also added power to the outside kitchen area. I know its not your typical hard wired setup, but it is impossible (for me anyway) to get power from the outlet behind the fridge to the outside kitchen, so my dad and I did some McGyvering to my setup.

I added a double gang box, using an old heavy duty extension cord, and a replacement male end to give me power outside.



I posted a question about adding support to the wall in the basement, and got some feedback, so I did this as well.





I was going to hinge the trap door, but decided velcro works perfect. Also, Force, my water pump was held down with 2 screws, barely, so I had to use 4 new screws, and fasten it down like it should have been.

Added support to under master bed.

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Old 04-12-2017, 05:33 PM   #24
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Nice work.
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:57 AM   #25
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A little more light was needed in the storage. I installed LED light strips under the storage. The photos show No lights on, 1 Stock light on, and then LED's on.



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Old 04-18-2017, 12:56 PM   #26
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I also added power to the outside kitchen area. I know its not your typical hard wired setup, but it is impossible (for me anyway) to get power from the outlet behind the fridge to the outside kitchen, so my dad and I did some McGyvering to my setup.

I added a double gang box, using an old heavy duty extension cord, and a replacement male end to give me power outside.

That, sir, is absolutely fantastic!! I shall be copying that idea, post haste!

Did you put anything over the cord under the kitchen to prevent rub through, like a flex conduit or anything?
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Thank you. I actually had to use a little wire clip under the 2 burner part, just to hold the wire from catching as I open and close. I used the same clips to hold the cord inside the cabinet behind fridge. The ones in the picture didnt hold as they were old, and the sticky wasnt that good.
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Now that your idea has me inspired, I have a question....

Do you think it would be feasible to cut in a box at the bottom of that wall, fish a wire from the outlet down to that hole, then go lateral into the sink area in order to avoid the exposed cord? I'd put in a shallow box and a solid cover.
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There is a stud in the corner, and then there is actually 3 walls you need to get through in the side wall. So if you want to take the whole cabinet apart, which I started to, and then decided against it, you can try that route.
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Relocated the spare tire. Just need to get a cover for it, and a new USA Map.


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