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• two 2 440 x 1 220 x 18mm ori­ented strand boards (OSB), cut to: two 1 900 x 800mm (front and back) two 800 x 130mm (sides) four 200 x 130mm (short shelves) one 130 x 90mm (di­vider) one 1 464 x 130mm (in­ner shelf) two 945 x 175mm (lids) one 1 900x 166mm (base) • four 150mm legs • four cabi­net hinges • elec­tri­cal socket • 4m elec­tri­cal cord • three-pin plug • one packet 6mm x 40mm chip­board screws • one packet 8mm x 16mm chip­board screws • wood filler • 120-grit sand­pa­per • paint or var­nish (op­tional)


• cord­less drill and 3mm drill bit • pen­cil • jig­saw • 12mm spade bit • tape mea­sure • paint­brush • scraper

Project notes

• Ask your tim­ber mer­chant to cut the wood to size and to make the re­cesses for the hinges. • If you’re un­sure, get an elec­tri­cian or some­one with elec­tri­cal ex­pe­ri­ence to con­nect the wall socket. • Drill pi­lot holes where nec­es­sary. • Once the two side pan­els are at­tached to the front and back and each panel fits per­fectly, you will need to re­move one of them, so it’s not nec­es­sary to tighten the screws on both sides.

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