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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Robinson View Post
    Have you tried flipping one of your shelves upside down and placing the HTPC atop it that way? Sometimes those precious few cm are all it takes with the rack ear metal facing down versus up. Just a thought.
    Hi Andrew,

    No, that never occurred to me. I'll file that away for possible future use.

    I have already ordered a LC10B-E SilverStone case. The gapping hole in the rack was ugly to say the least.
    Richard

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    Let me know how the new case works out. I dig SilverStone cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Robinson View Post
    Let me know how the new case works out. I dig SilverStone cases.


    Did you find anything to plug the holes on the front of the rack when not using the glass door?
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    Holes? Guess I'm not sure what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Robinson View Post
    Holes? Guess I'm not sure what you mean.
    The vertical rectangles that the door handles fit into. They show up in figure 5-B between the DirecTV box and the APC box.
    Richard

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    I received a new thermostat yesterday and tested it overnight, the fans were off this morning, which was a pleasant surprise.

    The thermostat is suppose to operate as follows:
    ON = 85 degrees and then OFF when the temperature drops to 75 or below. The media room is generally 74-75 degrees in the morning and the fans wouldn't shutoff. I think the theromstat may be designed for a commercial environment, not a home. The new theromostat shuts off above 75 degrees which is fine with me.
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    Looks good Richard. I will have to dig up pictures of the theater I built for a client last year. I flushed a Middle Atlantic rack into the side wall of the theater, came out really sweet.
    Jason Kuenkler
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkaver View Post
    Looks good Richard. I will have to dig up pictures of the theater I built for a client last year. I flushed a Middle Atlantic rack into the side wall of the theater, came out really sweet.
    Hi Jason,

    I really wanted to do something like that, mounting it flush, just too late. I could have easily done this when I had the room built but didn't think of it. The media room will look a little neater tomorrow when your cables arrive.
    Richard

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    Right on, enjoy them
    Jason Kuenkler
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkaver View Post
    Right on, enjoy them
    Hi Jason,

    FedEx first tells me it's going to deliver the cables on Saturday. Then on Friday they change the delivery from Saturday to Tuesday. I was looking forward to dressing up the rack on Saturday. At least they could have delivered on Monday. Anyway, the system won't sound any better on Tueday, just look a little better. I guess I'm lucky, I've never had a shippment slip by two days before, just one day.
    Richard

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