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Old 05-02-2013, 10:04 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by cfsoistman View Post
I had a couple squeeks in the floor near the kitchen area and found it to be the screws holding the cabinets to the floor had loosened. I removed them one at a time, added a little glue into the hole and reinstalled them. Tightened them down and in my case the squeeks went away. This may not be the same as yours but it's another place to look, when you said in front of the sink and oven. Same location as mine. Good luck!
cfsoistman, since I have squeak too, I am going to try your fix and see if that will work in my situation. Certainly sounds easier than removing flooring. Thanks for the advice.

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