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September 23, 4:56 PM [GMT -5]

I used the second option to fix some loose cabinet doors my 2 year old ripped off. The small wood plugs were no longer available in my local big box store so the local carpentry store was my last resort. I was able to achieve the same results using a 1/2 spade bit to bore out the hole. Worked like a charm. Thank you TFHM.

September 19, 3:47 AM [GMT -5]

With multpile cabinets being connected and the fact all of them will probably fail eventually I would opt for the pull down. It's more work, but doing things right always is, it's just a matter of getting the homeowner to understand that. So yeah pull down, rebuild, use lots of glue (just don't make a mess), and use some 1/2 or 3/8 plywood triangle to stiffen it if you want, but if you glue the sides better it shouldn't be much of an issue.


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