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Old 05-21-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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On last trip out the DW pointed out that the shelf in the cabinet over the Lazy Boy chairs was broken. I had a look and found that the very thin plywood was sagging. The nails had pulled out and the shelf was bowed down. I have made a repair for that area but find that there really is no support for the thin plywood shelf except 3/4" strip of wood against the wall and at the outer edge of the cabinet. The distance from the front to back of the cabinet is 15" and the cabinet is 6 1/2' long. It was the left end that pulled apart and there was no support strip from the front to the back of the cabinet. A brad nailer was used to secure the plywood to a 3/4" square piece of wood but that failed. I hope to add a few photos and wonder if anyone has a good solution to fix the problem. If I find one I will post it. Right now I need to figure out where to place the images to post here.

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Old 05-21-2012, 11:50 PM   #2
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Try posting them as attachments. Click on the "Go Advanced" tab in the quick reply box & other opions will appear including the paperclip icon for attachments.
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Old 05-22-2012, 02:11 PM   #3
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Try posting them as attachments. Click on the "Go Advanced" tab in the quick reply box & other opions will appear including the paperclip icon for attachments.
Thanks for your reply. I gave that a go, but no luck. I may create a web site and post them there and just add the url. Right now I sent this message and I am waiting for a reply.
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Old 05-22-2012, 02:35 PM   #4
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Thanks for your reply. I gave that a go, but no luck. I may create a web site and post them there and just add the url. Right now I sent this message and I am waiting for a reply.
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Pictures are to big!
Try just one of your pics first.

I have that happen when I use my "fancy" camera and try to add 4 or 5 pics.

If I try to add pics using my android camera then no problem.
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Pictures are to big!
Try just one of your pics first.

I have that happen when I use my "fancy" camera and try to add 4 or 5 pics.

If I try to add pics using my android camera then no problem.
That worked okay, but I still can't seem to get the hang of adding them here. I reduced the size and have them in an album on the forum. That is about all I can do for now. I am stumped, so far.
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Old 05-23-2012, 05:04 PM   #6
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Thanks for your reply. I gave that a go, but no luck. I may create a web site and post them there and just add the url. Right now I sent this message and I am waiting for a reply.
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Several times I got that message but it would work the next time I tried. In my case I was only previewing a reply (without pictures). The problem seem to had cleared on my end.

Sorry it didn't work for you.
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