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Assembling a kitchen corner post

Instructions:

The corner filler need to be attached to the back panel either with adhesive or screws as shown. While attaching the filler and back panel together it is important that all sides are perfectly flush to ensure the corner post fits tightly without any gaps. Failure to do this will result in shadow gaps appearing in the finished corner. Make sure the back panel and corner filler are attached securely before fitting, the back panel will be the panel that is attached to the carcase. See here how the fitter assembles and checks the finished corner post will fit neatly into the gap.

           

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