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Old 12-26-2012, 01:24 PM   #1
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Coffee is on...

Well for Christmas I got my self an under cabinet coffee maker (Black and Decker) Because the wood is so thin I reinforced it with some 1x3's. I decided to take the photos before I made the inside cabinet "look pretty" so you could see how I did it...
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Old 12-26-2012, 01:42 PM   #2
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Nice job. We had a under counter model that was very convenient. Moved it to my new rig and had problems with it. The model I had was no longer available so we tossed it and went back to a counter model.
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Old 12-26-2012, 03:40 PM   #3
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Great idea...any thing that saves counter space is good!
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Old 12-26-2012, 04:02 PM   #4
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Good job, Sean.

I'd like to install an under-counter coffee maker, after the present one dies.
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Old 12-26-2012, 05:19 PM   #5
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That looks good Seann. I bet you found those strips of wood on the Slabs somewhere, didn't you?

I'm sticking to my Folger's instant for now, even though it doesn't taste like real coffee. It's so much easier to make, and no cleaning of the coffee pot afterwards. But it still wakes me up in the morning!

BTW, I'm staying at the Imperial Dam LTVA down by Yuma now. If you feel like taking a road trip, come on over and visit.

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Sean,

With all the lights on the top it looks like a larger version of my dsl modem. Now that you fortified the cabinet for the coffee maker, the only thing left is to fortify the coffee.
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Looks good, Seann. I do like my coffee, drinking some as I type this.
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Hey Bill
Darn right I found them here...
I was in Yuma the other day and was going to go there but the other passengers in the car said NO... I do want to get over there and check out the area..

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That looks good Seann. I bet you found those strips of wood on the Slabs somewhere, didn't you?

I'm sticking to my Folger's instant for now, even though it doesn't taste like real coffee. It's so much easier to make, and no cleaning of the coffee pot afterwards. But it still wakes me up in the morning!

BTW, I'm staying at the Imperial Dam LTVA down by Yuma now. If you feel like taking a road trip, come on over and visit.

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I installed one as well. Needed more counter space. There were wires running between the thin sheets of wood so I used heavy duty double sided tape. Seems to be holding so far. Wife likes the thermal carafe.
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and no cleaning of the coffee pot afterwards

You clean the coffee pot?????:hihi:
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