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Making A Simple Drywall Access Panel

panel  So I just wanted to add a quick video post on making a Access Panel from Drywall. We have radiant in floor heat and the distribution manifold has been open for a few years. With having young kids around now I had to get this fixed. I made a simple access panel from 1/2″ Drywall.

I had a pre-cut piece of leftover drywall  that I had to trim about 3/4″ off on one side. I then cut the bottom trim board and attached that. I then cut the layover trim pieces at a 45 degree angle and attached that to the panel. Unfortunately the memory card in the camera failed during the last few scenes but I still felt some of the tricks I used were worth sharing. If you have any questions let me know.

The video;

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I've been an HVAC/R Mechanic working in the Seattle area for over 15 years, specializing in the commercial service industry.. I’m also a Licensed Electrician & Gas Piping Mechanic and have numerous other trade related certifications. I’ve instructed at local trade schools and now continue teaching through this site.

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