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post #481 of 487 Old 04-12-2017, 08:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Finally caught this on sale. After gift cards and rebate I snagged this with a remote sensor for a mere $26! I was hoping I could use the sensor in the theater to help avg out the temperature.
It seems ok so far but waiting for the humid summer and frigid winter to roll in for a good test. I also got it so I could control it via an app when in the theater.

I had to wire the c wire using the 24v a/c fan wire in the downstairs blower motor. Worked like a charm.

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Having a birthday party in a couple weeks so wanted to sneak in a little work. My weekends have been shot for some time now and there's still a few things left to do. One big one I just knocked off the list today is covering the drain in the bottom of my built in.

I found some good oak scraps in the garage. I cut and attached vertical oak strips to each side of the opening.

I then attached horizontal oak strips to the backs of 2 cabinet doors effectively locking them into place and allowing me to slide them into place between the vertical strips in the built in.

The fit is very close so that I am able to slide ahem wedge the cabinet doors into place without any adhesive. I still plan to use Velcro at some point.

2 of the cabinet doors are regular run of the mill hinged open 105 degrees and the other 2 doors are faux. Can you tell which is which?

Staining will begin tomorrow evening hopefully.

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Nice work as always.
Thanks! What isn't seen in the pics is that I'm using coagulated poly and years old stain. Trying to keep it all together and limit the waste at the expense of my sanity.

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One set of doors in place and looking at how the Mosaic and trim will look. The trim is already stained and on its 1st coat of poly.

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Schweet. No more unsightly drain in the wall.


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Finished up the backsplash yesterday. Feels nice and dry today. I'm going to call this build pretty much done at this point. Anything else is just extra fluff.

Fluff items on my whenever im bored with lots of energy to-do list:
Star ceiling and UV strip lights
Run more usb and HDMI cables to the media panels in the floor and half wall
Front wall treatment (if necessary)
Grafik eye occupancy sensors
In ceiling mini split (if necessary)
Rec room stone wall with in wall fireplace
Get some professional pics taken of the theater

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