Double demountable hinge adjustments


Old 03-28-19, 08:54 AM
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Double demountable hinge adjustments

I'm hoping someone can please share how to make adjustments to the Double Demountable Hinges? We have updated our kitchen cabinet hardware and are having trouble getting the doors fully closed. If someone could steer me in the correct direction to a video or other information, that would be greatly appreciated!

The product we are using is: Hickory Hardware, Betwith Products, Double Demountable Hinge with 1/4" overlay. P5311-BI. I called Hickory Hardware and they pointed me to a video on Google by another company. I had watched it already and it didn't have any suggestions on how to make adjustments, nor have I found any other information online.

Thank you!

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Old 03-28-19, 09:16 AM
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Welcome to the forums.

I can't help you with the adjustment part but I figured pictures would help.
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Ah, didn't think of that...Thank you PJmax!
Old 04-01-19, 07:04 AM
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There is no "adjustment", they are either the right size or they aren't. They may not be an exact match with your former hardware, which is likely what your problem is.
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