Love the flexy rack aaronlinkous! (Oh why oh why does the BFD have to be silver, anyways?
silkd - fantastic job! I really like the brushed/anodized look that the true RSH plates have (plus the trim pieces). I may have to bug you for a trace of the 360 plate one day if I decide to absorb the kids' equipment into my rack
If you own the Cablebox and want to paint it, I would urge you to consider the Mar-Hyde Satin Black paint (same I used for my plates). It looks like the actual faceplate doesn't have any lettering or markings that you would have to worry about covering up (that's what keeps me from painting the BFD in my rack).
Originally Posted by elspankdog
I used a dead enclosed space to house the cabinet, but since it is enclosed I installed a bathroom fan and attic thermostat switch like I believe you have. Quick question, what temperature should I set the switch to cut the fan on at? It ranges from 50 to 120 degrees F.
elspankdog - I think mine was originally set around 85 to 89 degrees, maybe a bit lower - I actually changed it a while back to run constantly when the equipment is on, as I figured the fan is very quiet and the constant airflow/exchange will always be beneficial. I think one method may be to run your equipment and take temps in the space periodically to see where it rests when you have your Tstat at different settings - then you could tweak it up or down from there to maintain a stable target temp while keeping the fan from kicking in too often for your tastes.