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above my microwave was a space also. I took a putty knife and slid it around the edges, and popped the panel off. all that was there was some wire. I wrapped it and screwed it to wall. now my wife stores all her paper plates and paper towels in there. I used the panel and made 2 doors for it. looks great
beautiful results,.. and I love to make unused space, usable.........
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Great use of an empty space. The 26RR doesn't have that space above the microwave, but there are lots of places where spaces can be used. Nice job.


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