Materials: Markor TV Cabinet, drill, sandpaper, level Description: After getting rid of our huge tube TV I couldn’t let go of my beloved Markor. But with the shelves firmly configured as they are, I had no use for it. So I took out the top shelf and drilled some holes the same depth of the little pins that hold the shelf at a position that seemed perfect for my bags. If you do that you need to be careful to not go any deeper than that, otherwise you come out on the other side of the very thin walls. After I drilled the holes I sanded them down a bit, inserted the metal pins and popped the old shelf back in. Now my bags are organized and I got to keep Markor.
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