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John61

10:12AM | 11/07/07
Member Since: 11/06/07
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I have original St. Charles cabinets in my kitchen. Some of the cabinet door "catches" are becoming worn and the cabinets do not stay securely closed. Does anyone know know were replacement catches can be purchased?

JBertuglia

06:55PM | 08/18/09
Member Since: 08/17/09
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Has anyone found or know of a source for the door catches used on St Charles cabinets. I'm referring to the plastic snap-in insert found on the doors.

Handyman

08:04AM | 08/19/09
Member Since: 11/18/98
187 lifetime posts
http://www.stcharlescabinets.com/contact.php

If they can't help it would help us if you posted an image of the part you are looking for (assuming the part is currently on other cabinets you are looking at.

It will also help to know the age of the cabinets and if there are any part or patent or any numbers on the part you are looking for.

Handyman

11:09AM | 08/24/09
Member Since: 11/18/98
187 lifetime posts
Thank you for your interest in St. Charles Cabinetry! In 2001, Viking Range Corporation bought the St. Charles line. Since then, the cabinets have been redesigned and engineered to ensure the best quality. Unfortunately, we do not offer replacement parts for cabinets purchased before this time period. I would suggest checking with your local hardware store to see if they have parts that would fit your cabinets. We have also had customers have luck on E-bay and Craig’s List finding older parts that will work or fit their cabinets. I apologize for any inconvenience.

So it appears they have washed their hands of their previous endeavours.
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