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concealing TV - allison0704 - hope you see this!!!

Posted by dassykee (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 16, 08 at 19:53

I just searched for ideas for concealing a flat/lcd TV over a fireplace and came across your post from 12/07. Sadly, the photos are not longer there. PLEASE repost a link for those of us struggling with this now! Perhaps someone clipped this post and could repost.
Thanks - you folks are the best.

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RE: concealing TV - allison0704 - hope you see this!!!

you'll find that member on the decorating forum more than here, I would post your request there. Or email her from there, she's posted a few times lately.

RE: concealing TV - allison0704 - hope you see this!!!

I"m having a Twilight Zone moment; I responded to two posts on my original Decorating Forum thread I found linked on another thread here in HE. But it's not showing up on the Decorating pages - must mean it's scrolled into cyberspace. Anyway, here is what I wrote:

Sorry. No pictures left on Photobucket. DH is out of town with camera, but the panels are leaning on the DR wall at the moment anyway - TV went black (not even 3yo!) and we had to remove them to send TV to shop.
The guys who made the sliding panels for me came to remove them. I found out they used very large drawer glides. They used 28" glides on the double panel side and 14" glide on the single panel slide.

Hope this helps.

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