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Access, etc. to Single level Roomboxes

This picture shows the front of the roombox being removed.
This is the Keystone, but the Roomboxes, Shops, Large Roomboxes, Large Shops, and
Half Scale Boxes all have the same system.
(Some have more screws or smaller hooks.)

The screws are removed - one at each end,
2 more in the middle for larger and Half scale boxes.
The front lifts off - hook goes back in tiny hole.

This picture shows the plexiglas front sliding up - it will come all the way out if needed.
This is the Victorian Roombox, but all Roomboxes and Large Roomboxes work the same way.

SHOPS are sold with Plexiglass Lid - Roomboxes can be ordered with OPTIONAL PLEXIGLASS LID for an additional charge.

All roomboxes can have a solidly constructed lid with a plexiglass insert - very strong.  This allows maximum natural light into the room.  You may not have to electrify the room to be able to see all the detail within.
The lid lifts by using the handle at the front - totally hidden when viewing the box from the front.  This will allow you to work on the interior with the least interference.

This picture shows the front plexiglass panel in a raised position so that the handholds are visible from the back.

Note the piano hinge at the back of the box - this allows the lid to rest flat when open all the way - for maximum access.

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