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Postby Michael Yeargain » Fri, Oct 19 2007, 3:23PM

Way to go Rick.

Keep up the good work.
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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Oct 19 2007, 4:00PM

One thing to keep in mind is plenty of ventilation.

My son's PC was fried by heat buildup in the cubby hole of a so-called computer desk. He kept the PC on all the time and would close the door to the cubby hole. The only ventilation was a 2\" hole in the back for wires and it was filled.

You might want to get the customer to sign off on a statement saying they understand the problems heat buildup can cause and you are not responsible for any damage to the equipment due to heat.

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Postby Perry Pravettone » Fri, Oct 19 2007, 6:55PM

I had my computer tech wire a small fan about 4” in diameter to my computer so when I turned it on it comes on automatically. We drilled a hole on the side of the cabinet to mount the fan, it works real well with the door closed. Also put a few holes in the floor in front of the toe space to draw air in front of the tower.

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Fri, Oct 19 2007, 9:18PM

DanEpps wrote:One thing...


You might want to get the customer to sign off on a statement saying they understand the problems heat buildup can cause and you are not responsible for any damage to the equipment due to heat.



Well said, and a cherry idea I might add.
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Fri, Oct 19 2007, 9:49PM

Mike, whatda' ya mean?

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Sat, Oct 20 2007, 5:58AM

Basicly, quoting Dan and saying it was a fantastic idea. :D
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