Tighten all the screws in to begin with. See where the doors are in
comparison with each other. If a door tilts downward away from the hinge
end, then the bottom hinge adjust screw needs loosened, but you may also
have to loosen the main retaining bolt to allow the adjustment to take
effect. Once you have the door aligned correctly, then tighten the main
retaining bolt to secure the door in place.
Of course, Vice Versa if the door tilts upwards away from the hinge end,
then the top adjust screw need loosened. But start with all screws
tightened so you have a base position to start with.
Good luck with it.
A tap with a hammer and block of wood on the drawer rail, the bit fixed to
the cabinet wall, might just do the trick for you. You will also have to
retighten the screws after doing this. Sometimes the walls of the cabinets
can be slightly off, so a tap with the hammer trick usually works. Mind and
not hit the rail directly with the hammer so put a small block of wood
against the rail and hit the wood.
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