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Building a Hushbox (Alternate Solution)

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Fig. 30 shows the hushbox painted and installed (“wings” still to be installed, notice the steel ceiling mount structure sticking out of the hushbox).


Figure 30

Fig. 31 shows the 2 left side fans cooling the blue tube (notice the blue line on the right edge of the left fan. That is the blue CRT face).


Figure 31

Fig. 32 shows the front most right side fan cooling the red tube (notice the red line on the left edge of the fan. That is the red CRT face).


Figure 32

Fig. 33 & Fig. 34 show respectively the structure beneath the hushbox and the hushbox with the “wings” (side panels) fitted onto it.


Figure 33


Figure 34

The “wings” are fixed by means of wooden pins that go on the side of the hushbox. Then the other end is hold onto the ceiling by means of steel bands that are bent in the middle so that a flat steel part can slide in.



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