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For almost three months I was laying in bed due to a fracture in my right ankle.
I spent most of the time watching Netflix and Youtube by means of Roku. This streaming device had a double face tape to attach it to the TV but, the tape did never work. To keep the Roku in the horizontal position I placed it on a small carton box.
As soon as the doctor removed the plaster I went to the garage with my crutches and made a little cradle for the Roku. The cradle has a 2 inches collar that fits snuggly on the TV base. It has also an open bottom to allow air circulation.
Problem solved.
 

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For almost three months I was laying in bed due to a fracture in my right ankle.
I spent most of the time watching Netflix and Youtube by means of Roku. This streaming device had a double face tape to attach it to the TV but, the tape did never work. To keep the Roku in the horizontal position I placed it on a small carton box.
As soon as the doctor removed the plaster I went to the garage with my crutches and made a little cradle for the Roku. The cradle has a 2 inches collar that fits snuggly on the TV base. It has also an open bottom to allow air circulation.
Problem solved.
Good idea mine falls off all the time. It is laying on my dresser right now. Looks like a good project. Thanks
 
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