|Fig.1 Large hole|
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2x4 hardboard 3/8 inch
Mr. Jane owns a home in La Hambra, California. He called because his wife kept loosing little kitchen items in the ventilation system. The top shelf has a 6 inch square hole and he wanted it repaired.
This post shows the five steps to repairing a shelf that was damaged.
Step 1: Identify the problem. The shelf in Fig.1 below shows that a pipe had been placed to supply air vent to the stove area. Instead of repairing the shelf, a hole was left and kitchen and items always fell into the second shelf and the metal piping vent system.
Step 2: Measure the shelf. Fig.2 shows the shelf measured the width. Fig.3 shows the shelf measures length.
|Fig.2 Measure width|
|Fig.3 Measure length|
|Fig.6 New shelf|
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