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Modified Remote Control
This television remote was altered as part of a series of modifications made for a client who spends a lot of time in bed and enjoyes watching TV. One of the modification was a special TV stand that holds the TV tilted at a 45 degree angle

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Custom TV stand will hold a TV set at a 45 degree angle
Modified remote control shown with custom ABS L-bracket
Close up view of modifications to back, including ABS case and 3 switch jacks
View of back of modified remote control, includeing switch ports and labels
The remote control what altered to add three jelly bean switches to control the power on/off, the channel up, and the channel down. The remote is velcroed to a bracket that mounts onto a vertical surface so it can be position to point at the television.