Took advantage of the empty space under the couch. Took the front off and added magents to hold it on and an L bracket to keep it in place. The bottom kick panel has magnets to the front panel. Added a divider so I don't accidentally hit the water heater gas line. I cut the original screws for the front panel buttons down to about 3/4 in and screwed it back in and popped the cap back on so it still looks like buttons on the front. Took about a day to do it. So when I want to get access to the bottom I just take the tan front panel off and then move the kick panel.
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