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Soccermom

03:46AM | 02/13/00
Member Since: 02/12/00
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My kitchen cabinets have a space built in for the refrigerator but the space isn't big enough for the type of fridge I want to buy. There is a small (probably 12") cabinet over the refrigerator that butts up against the wall on one side and another cabinet on the other side. I see screws inside the cabinet. Is it possible to easily remove one cabinet without a huge mess or will I mess up the cabinet and wall next to it.
Thank you!

MikeB0358

05:46PM | 02/20/00
Member Since: 02/19/00
3 lifetime posts
Soccermom,
You should remove the doors first. The cabinets are usually screwed together and there may be screws in the other side into the wall. Be careful to unscrew all the screws and the cabinet should come right out.

Soccermom

05:03AM | 02/21/00
Member Since: 02/12/00
2 lifetime posts
Thanks, Mike - This should greatly increase my chances of actually talking my husband into letting me get the new refrigerator.

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