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When you say only 19cm height available, is that a hard limit e.g. due to brickwork or is there a cupboard or meter board you could move or alter? How about a photo of the space?
 

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Dave, please don't make multiple posts for the same question... it tends to irritate people and makes any discussion harder to follow.

Having had a quick scamper around numerous suppliers, I think you are going to struggle.

As @SJD says, a little more information about the limitations and a picture may help immensely.
 
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Dave, please don't make multiple posts for the same question... it tends to irritate people and makes any discussion harder to follow.

Having had a quick scamper around numerous suppliers, I think you are going to struggle.

As @SJD says, a little more information about the limitations and a picture may help immensely.
Sorry.

I wasn't signed in
I signed in and it presented a blank post so I rewrote
 
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When you say only 19cm height available, is that a hard limit e.g. due to brickwork or is there a cupboard or meter board you could move or alter? How about a photo of the space?
I've just realised....
Bottom is the meter. Above is a cable trunk then the bottom of a shelf However....

I can build it out past the trunk which will probably buy me enough room.

Thanks for sparking the idea!
 

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