09:32AM | 10/12/06
Member Since: 10/11/06
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My question is 2-fold.

1. I want to get an over the stove microhood and was told I need 24 inches between top of stove and bottom of microwave, but of coursse i don't have that much room. Was wondering if it's possible to remove the cabinet that is currently there and make something else work to connect it to or is it possible to cut the soffit out above the cabinet and move it up.

2. I have a lazy susan and would like to get rid of it. Is it possible to remove all the workings of the lazy susan including the round material that is in the back of it and install plain wood shelves so I can store rarely used items down there. I am hoping to salvage the doors and use them with some type of hinge that allows the whole door to fold out and open. I have seen the hinges at my friends but don't know what they are called.

Thanks in advance


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