The axe at home oft saves the carpenter. (F. Schiller - Wilhelm Tell) So I know whom to call if our TV feet get broken or lost... ;) Other gent's had fixed the closet a little higher, but you LEGO- solution is much more smart, and better for the backbone, my friend! :)
Quoting Sven ;o)
A really cool solution my friend ;) Very well done.
Thanks, Sven! I keep hoping that putting LEGO to work around the house might lessen the flak about my LEGO spending, but it hasn't worked so far. "But, honey, what about all those shoes??" doesn't work, either.
Quoting Johan van der Pluijm
Great! Why did you not put the tires on the wheels? I guess that would improve sturdiness and help with vibrations. Especially with speakers in the TV, there might be vibrations
Thanks, Johan! Tried tires, but here's the problem: At night, I need watch the TV with a wireless headset (on the left in the main photo) to avoid disturbing guests in a nearby bedroom. Unfortunately, this inexpensive TV has only one audio out for the headset transmitter -- a headphone jack that automatically cuts off the speakers when in use. Tires on the wheels made it too hard to slide the TV in and out in order to plug and unplug the transmitter. Besides, the Technic feet are sturdy enough without tires, and vibration isn't a problem.