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# 104988 24-Jun-2012 18:58
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Somehow this unwanted piece of kit has made it into my garage. It's cream with brown glass door. Note the lock has been removed. It's quite tall - maybe around a metre high so it'll hold a decent amount of gear.

Offers anyone?

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  # 645528 24-Jun-2012 19:13
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DaveDog: Somehow this unwanted piece of kit has made it into my garage. It's cream with brown glass door. Note the lock has been removed. It's quite tall - maybe around a metre high so it'll hold a decent amount of gear.

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Hi, just wondering where in the country you are? And can you post the dimensions please, especially the maximum depth of a server.

Does it come with any fans/shelves/etc?

Many thanks!

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  # 645534 24-Jun-2012 19:30
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Photo would also be very useful.

 
 
 
 




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  # 646085 25-Jun-2012 20:26
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Ok everyone - This is it...

Cabinet

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  # 646111 25-Jun-2012 21:45
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And you are located where?




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  # 646146 26-Jun-2012 00:00
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Sorry everyone - I'm in Hamilton.

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  # 646147 26-Jun-2012 01:56
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Ohhh how deep? Lol just bought a 42u high rack but could use this at a branch office depending on depth.







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  # 648582 30-Jun-2012 10:19
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Ok. The cabinet is 600 deep (that's outside measurements)

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