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Old 08-26-2013, 08:43 PM   #1
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went to flip some upper doors for a different opening swing,loosened the door bracket inside the cabinet easy lift out...but went to relocate the hinge assembly 180 degrees the Phillips screws only turned 1/2 turns.the holes are drilled out up the inside of the cabinet for what looks like a plastic anchor plate that the screw locks into...does the hinge pop out with the screws in place...lost?i went in with a screw driver and wondered why it wasn't unscrewing

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Old 08-26-2013, 10:16 PM   #2
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Need a picture to see what hinges you have.

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loosened one screw top and bottom removed the door with its hardware...the cabinet hardware was the problem...see those pre drilled holes both sides on the inside of the cabinet.looks like some kind of anchor clips into the 2 for the hardware screws ..on the left there,but using a Phillips screwdriver only got 1/2 turn on them...they don't screw into the cabinet wood just into the pre drilled holes.maybe 3/8ths diameter..thanks

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Can you post a pic with the door and hardware removed?
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thanks but i'm not at the home where they are will get back after the weekend...with pix of the actual cabinet with door removed don't even know if that is the brand of cabinet,but it looked like the Innermost ones at HD
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I'm interested in the hinge. Some hinges use a plastic/nylon bushing that goes into a hole drilled into the cabinet. The hinge is then screwed into the bushing. The top screw in your pic looks to be an adjustment screw, not one that fastens the hinge to the cabinet.
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there has to be a plastic anchor to hold the hinge without the door attached...mystery was I couldn't remove the Phillips screw holding the cabinet hinge half the holes were factory drilled so the door can be flipped 180degrees actual pix...to remove the door just loosen the screw in the slot....the screws on the cabinet interior hinge are the mystery ...

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