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 Post subject: Howdens Base corner
PostPosted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 1:39 am 
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Hiya,

I'm about to order a kitchen from Howdens and will be fitting it myself. It's a small kitchen and has an 800 base corner unit that will need its centre support moving to accommodate a 300mm door. Is this easily done on their rigid units?

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 Post subject: Re: Howdens Base corner
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:dunno: Howdens units specifically, but a piece of suitably sized (say 38x 25 Par) should be simple to fit.

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I have a feeling that the centre support is supplied loose and not fitted to the carcass.

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pretty sure theyre available seperately too


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Seem to remember them being loose additionally supplied - there is one in there for transport.

Otherwise if you have to remove just remember to get a chisel between rail and top/bottom, cut dowels then clean edges and replace. Saves loosing 1/2mm on height of rail!


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Thanks all, the support was supplied loose.

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