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    d2v is great

    i've got mine on a 3/4 plywood base, secured to the wall... for something less "permanent", you may be able to use the plywood top with 2x6's as legs and braced/supported in corner.

    for the exhaust fan use the black out cloth on a curtain rod - push back for ventilation, close when needed.

    definitely run wiring to the ceiling. drop where needed - much safer if you can't put it in the walls, especially with vagaries of wiring... (and small crumb crunchers on the way!)

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    It depends on how much current flows. Amperage. Having been shocked while working on a High Voltage area of a old TV, perhaps 10,000 volts, but low current, found it very annoying. Lots of variables. Avoid the hazard is the best advise.
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