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In this video, I show how to repair a cracked \ split kitchen cabinet door using a tie-down strap and wood glue. I also go over how to adjust a kitchen cabinet door hinge to compensate for a door that is not aligned with other doors, kitchen cupboard doors that are not staying closed, and kitchen cabinet doors that are crooked and misaligned on the kitchen cabinet. Lastly, I show how to fix a kitchen cabinet hinge screw hole that has been stripped out and is unable to be tightened. I offer a couple of different options for fixing a kitchen cupboard door hinge that will not stay tight because the hole has been stripped.
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