I recently bought a DHC-250 Wide to store my equipment. It has several pairs of slots at the side for steel trays to be inserted. There is just one set of slots which is right for my set-up. Unfortunately, there is also a dehumidifier panel at the back of the cabinet. Due to poor design (I think), the tray, when put into this particular set of slots, is unable to be pushed all the way back. It hits the panel at the back. The prevents the doors from sealing properly and so the humidity inside does not get below 60%.
I wonder if anyone has had the same problem? One DIY solution seems to be cutting the back of the tray so that it can slot neatly past the panel at the back. This will not be along the length of the tray but just a rectangular space to enable the tray to be pushed fully inside the cabinet. However I lack the technical expertise to do this, and was wondering whether anyone knows where I can get this done? The trays are steel and are quite sturdy.