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Old 10-17-2016, 12:58 PM   #11
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Well, l'm pretty sure the fuse isn't blowing due to binding since I just tore off a cabinet door sliding it out!!!
Two holes poked in the wall. I can't believe this! Think I can get matching wall covering from FR? I was outside with the slide remote making sure I didn't run the slide into a tree.
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Old 10-17-2016, 01:01 PM   #12
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The latches on my drawers and cabinets are adjustable for tension...check yours, as I had one door that dis that...
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That door can be fixed....cab shop with pocket hole fixture...
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Find a moulding to cover wall to cabinet
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Well, l'm pretty sure the fuse isn't blowing due to binding since I just tore off a cabinet door sliding it out!!!
I'm not sure that binding doesn't provide more resistance than those cabinet doors.
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Like the moulding idea, Bob. Thanks. Can you explain cab shop with pocket hole fixture?
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Sure...a pocket hole, using a fixture, is drilled with a special bit, to a set distance determined by the wood thickness, on the backside of door outer frame work, called styles and sills, and a special screw is used ....most modern cabs are put together this way....I'll post a pic.....If you'd like to do your repair, HD or Lowe's , have an inexpensive alum jig with instructions....
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One more thing...if you find a moulding that is a little fancy, using a pin nailer, you'll never see the pins (fine finish nails) installed at an angle verses straight in
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