Question about Ovens
My built in oven was installed today but it is not able to fit flush in the cabinet due to some protrusion from the unit ,Is there a gasket or something else I can use to hide the gap? Thanks
I HAVE SEEN SOME CABINET MAKERS BUILD A TRIM PIECE THAT GOES ALL THE WAY AROUND THE EXISTING HOLE THAT HAS AN OUTSIDE DIMENSION LARGER THAN THE CABINET HOLE AND AN INSIDE DIMENSION TO FIT THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE OVEN. IT ATTACHES TO THE FACE OF THE CABINET AND STAINED TO MATCH THE CABINET FINISH.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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