I'm curious. I imagine you are intending to drill the holes in from the
rear of the cabinet. Assuming so, could you perhaps just drill through
the cabinet back - NOT into the drawer itself - and then try to tap the
drawer loose with a mallet and a large dowel?
if you're not in a rush I would try something like this.
A lot cheaper, you can use a laptop, get a better image.
The HF is a crappy image.
Just search and look for similar to this item, you'll find different
The nice thing is the long capability, some of them go more than 15 feet.
Might be just a bad one but the one I bought was all but worthless.
Blurry image (thinking bad camera chip as all else works) Problem was I
never buy their extended protection and as it was on sale for even less
than this price, I grabbed it on impulse and set it on a shelf for
Take a look on Ebay for USB "Endoscope" or some such combo. Bought one
that plugs into a laptop or netbook USB, is illuminated and had about a
3 meter cord. You can attach the camera head to most anything (fish
tape) and the video quality is 200$ - 300% better. Cost? About $20
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