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PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2018 1:36 pm 
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Hi folks,

The grey plastic piece on the top of part 124337 (which is the top sliding door bracket runner for the forward of the doors) makes the doors just too tall for my ceiling.

Does anyone know what this part does and whether removing it would be likely to give me serious problems.

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I've fitted several Ikea sliding door wardrobes, never needed any thing trimming...

Can you post a couple of pics showing the parts as assembled and how it's fouling the ceiling ?

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Sorry, photo file size too large. Just seeing how I can reduce it.


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If you are on windholes ... right click the image, open with then "paint" resize option is top left (ish) resize by pixels to maximum 1200

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Oh my Dog... that is tight :shock:

Couple of ideas, is there carpet under the wardrobe? if so cut it flush with the front of the wardrobe.

If not sand back the stipple on the artex warning, may contain (low levels) of asbestos

Do not cut the Ikea bracket.

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