Strange, I wonder how Google actually works? the link I posted was the
first hit in my search. I have known this before I was once talking a
friend through something and told him to 'Google' and he could see
completely different hits to me! Glad you are sorted.
You probably already know this ... bit, it tends to depend on whether
strings are quoted or not as quoting will give more specific search
terms rather than a list of strings.
Not sure whether searching from google.com or google.co.uk makes any
its hardly rocket science is it? there are independent screws for
evertything you might need.
Up and down is controlled on the two larger screws that hold the hinge
assembly to the carcase, and the lateral shift of the top, and or bottom
of the closed door is controlled by the screws inside the assembly.
Very helpful I'm sure! Just like saying that in a car one pedal makes it go
faster and the other makes it stop, but which is which!! Yes it can be
worked out by 'trail and error' but a picture speaks a thousand words, my
Granny used to say "If you cannot say anything useful then keep quiet"!
Have you read the description carefully? It is a perfectly good
description of what to do if you study it while looking at a pair of
hinges on a door.
I am a fan of this group as it gives good advice and opinion on many
subjects, but what dissapionts me is the way in which some posters do
not appear to thonk before flaming the advice given.
John, If you think that not being given a list of press button A, press
button B etc deserves a rude reply, then I feel sorry for you
Malcolm, if you read the posting in the correct order you will see that I
DID NOT ask the question but gave advice to the original poster (OP). The
OP did not ask to be treated like an idiot only for advice, which I, and
many others, are only too willing to give unlike "The Natural Philosopher".
I DID NOT give a "stunningly insulting response" unlike you and I quote
"Well fuck you, too". My response was fair in the context of your first
answer, re read the postings and I am sure you will agree. I am now no
longer responding to posts in this thread as the OP has obtained the info he
I have been in kitchen for over 30 years & agree that the description was
However I found the most important settings were to have all the doors the
same height relative to the cabinet, also make sure that the hinge side of
the door is parallel to the carcase, if the doors are not pretty good then,
you have not fitted the furniture correctly.
Verbose description can follow
I would like to thank everybody who has me sound considerate advice.
I know you can Google for answers but sometimes you don't get the all the
possibilities that way.
Just because a site tells you how to do it it does not make it the best
site for everybody.
I also am a fan of this group because usually advice is given without
suggesting that the OP is (as my son would say) a Durr-brain for asking.
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