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Old 02-22-2009, 05:23 AM   #1
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When installing a tower on top of a chest freezer, do you just drll the holes into the lid and not worry about it, or should i go the way of installing a piece of wood like they suggest with the Sanyo fridge?

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Good question. Seeing as how the metal on the top is thin and there isn't much else but insulation, I'd say that you'd want to shore it up with a block of wood.


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