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Old 04-26-2010, 04:44 PM   #11
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You post pictures by having the link to the picture ready.... and putting it between [IMG] tags....

Like this (minus the red asterisks)....

[IMG]**http://waorgany.blog.com/files/2010/04/Home-Brew-System-Build-2-006-150x150.jpg**[/IMG]

The result will be...



Thanks for sharing your build! =D



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Old 04-26-2010, 04:47 PM   #12
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Thanks Quan....I will post some pics when I get the time...all the best



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Old 04-26-2010, 06:49 PM   #13
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A few pic of things so far...

The original starter set up

What's in the box?

Oh it is a new freezer!!!

Preview of things to come...

I can't wait to get these all hooked up

Lid covered removed

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Old 04-26-2010, 07:04 PM   #14
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Here are some more project keezer pics...

Collar test fit...





Pine strip to secure wood to lid

Starting to take shape

Random pics



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Old 04-26-2010, 08:08 PM   #15
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WOW, those are some big pics. Might want to try and re-size them some.

Where did you score those casters? They look pretty beefy. I bought some HD specials, and they suck. Looking for alternatives that will handle the weight.

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WOW, those are some big pics. Might want to try and re-size them some.

Where did you score those casters? They look pretty beefy. I bought some HD specials, and they suck. Looking for alternatives that will handle the weight.
Not sure how to resize the pics, my first attempt at posting them....need to figure that out..LOL

As far as the casters go, I am not sure they have been hanging out for a few years in the garage, originally bought/acquired to mount on the frame for my generator, but that never happened, saw the crud at HD and didn't want to try Harbour Frieght ( I am sure they would have something that would work) so I dug these out....found a pair, then the third and my lucky wife scored #4!!!!
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Waorgany did you ever finish this build?

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Waorgany did you ever finish this build?
Yes I did see my pic for my avatar
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On Day 0 you mentioned that you disconnected the hard wired light and that it was a quick disconnect. Do you remember exactly what you did for this?

We just got the same freezer and upon removing the lid we realized the power cord to the light won't be long enough once we put the collar on. We took a look but aren't quite sure the best way to go about disconnecting the cord that goes to the light.

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On Day 0 you mentioned that you disconnected the hard wired light and that it was a quick disconnect. Do you remember exactly what you did for this?

We just got the same freezer and upon removing the lid we realized the power cord to the light won't be long enough once we put the collar on. We took a look but aren't quite sure the best way to go about disconnecting the cord that goes to the light.

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DA,

Yeah it was a plastic plug with female and male ends with w tap that held them together I pulled them apart by lifting up with a standard flat tip screw driver and separated the two ends at the connector. I discarded the light and the entire plastic lid section, and the associated switch that activated the light. All that remained was the end with a positive and negative connector. I wrapped this with electrical tape, but that was probably not needed. Have been using it since the build for several years with no issues, just no light inside but not so much needed. Good luck.


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