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Every time I opened the freezer door, I would be met with an avalanche of frozen, rock hard missiles. For some unknown reason the front stays on the ...
For some reason I am unable to add more than one photo per step tonight. This shows how close the unladen shelf is to coming adrift
A length of aluminum tube that has an internal diameter to allow it to fit snuggly over the powder coated stay. A pipe/ tube cutter. A sharpie for ...
Align the tube beside the stay. Adding the depth of the plastic channel mark for the centre of the cut.
Use the tube cutter to remove the extension from the main tube. Some hints to make this easier :- Hold the tube in a vise. It is ...
Slide the tube over the end of the stay. Repeat the process until you have cut sufficient extensions for your shelves.
Place an extension on each end of each stay.
Carefully place shelf, with extensions, back in the freezer. You may need to jiggle the stays a little to ensure that they seat properly. Overload the shelves as ...
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