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AliceB777

10:21AM | 09/29/07
Member Since: 09/28/07
3 lifetime posts
Bvlawn
Does anyone have plans for an outdoor manual dumbwaiter? We have a great roof deck, but it is not easy to bring up the important stuff (margaritas, beer, and chips).

Some kind of a pulley system would be fine, as I don't want to deal with an electric unit.

clipperdave

05:44AM | 06/30/09
Member Since: 06/29/09
1 lifetime posts
did you guys ever find an outdoor dumbwaiter? we are looking for one and have had no success.

AliceB777

05:54AM | 06/30/09
Member Since: 09/28/07
3 lifetime posts
Clipperdave-

Sorry, no.

silentservant1

09:59AM | 07/28/09
Member Since: 07/27/09
1 lifetime posts
Check out www.silentservant.com or call 800-232-2177 and ask for Jim, he can help you out.
1703-dumbwaiter

sugarbear

01:42PM | 06/02/13
Member Since: 06/02/13
2 lifetime posts
could one rig a pulley over the deck rail a type of tray lower from the deck to the landing?


sugarbear

01:44PM | 06/02/13
Member Since: 06/02/13
2 lifetime posts
something like this with a pulley? how would you go about doing this here is the tray I saw
Dumbwaiter%20tray

BV005817

01:06PM | 09/26/14
Hi My name is Jorge Lozano (jlozano_petit@hotmail.com)from México City, I bought an amazing 50kg new dumb waiter from a supplier in China really cheap an modern, sadly where I suppose to install it Im having problems due to a concrete structure that I not contemplate before I´m looking some other place in the house to install it but it seems that is not going to work, maybe Im going to need to sell it.
El1

BV005817

01:07PM | 09/26/14
ANOTHER PICTURE (jlozano_petit@hotmail.com)
El2
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