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Old 07-14-2013, 05:54 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm not sure what this would be called, but I have a rectangular opening in my A/V stand for my cables. I cut it too large and can see the light/wall through the opening. I'm looking for something to conceal that opening with something I've seen before; it's simular to a broom or a brush- I found a photo that can give you an idea of the brush I'm talking about.

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Old 07-16-2013, 09:41 AM - Thread Starter
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Wow, what happened to this site? It seems to be dead now...
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Wow, what happened to this site? It seems to be dead now...

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A bigger picture would be helpful.
You could just tape a piece of black fabric on the back of the cabinet and let it hang over the hole like a curtain.. problem solved..

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Google "Brush Grommet"

http://www.blackbox.com/store/Detail.aspx/Elite-Cabinet-Brush-Grommet-Kit-for-3U-Opening/ECBGK3U

But as Air said, a piece of black fabric and some thumb tacks would be a really simple solution.

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I for one won't download pictures so had no idea what you were talking about. Any reason you didn't upload it as an 'Image'?

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I for one won't download pictures so had no idea what you were talking about. Any reason you didn't upload it as an 'Image'?
Because they wanted to post some thumbnail. I pulled it and all it looks to me is a small black square.

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