Kitchen cabinet hinges – These hinges has an internal tension applying light pressure to close the door from within a few inches of the cabinet face and keep the door tightly closed. When these changes do not close the door completely, adjustment is a simple procedure that will restore hinged to its proper setting.
Adjust self-closing kitchen cabinet hinges; Open the closet door about 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 inches), and release the door, making it possible to close. If the door kitchen cabinet hinges do not pull the door gently towards the cabinet’s face, increased hinged tension. If the door closes abruptly or slam against the frame shall be reduced hinge tension. Increase the hinged tension by opening the door to access the hinge adjustment screws. There are two screws on each hinge, the bracket screw connecting the hinge arms to the chassis assembly and a recessed tension adjustment screw. Use a screwdriver to turn the countersunk screw at each hinge clockwise a quarter turn, then test the door closes to assess the adjustment. Repeat as needed until the door is closed and kept closed against the cabinet frame.
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To adjust self-closing kitchen cabinet hinges, Reduce hinged tension by opening the door, then turn on the recessed adjustment screw clockwise a quarter turn with a screwdriver. Test the door closes to evaluate adjustment and repeat as necessary until the door closes properly against the chassis frame.