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If the gap bothers you that much, you have a few options. Fill the gap You could fill the gap with wood putty, or color matched caulk. You'll still have a gap, but it will be difficult to see. Remove material from the molding You could remove a bit of the material from the back of the molding, to allow it to lay flat over the lip of the cabinet. This ...


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My preferred method for prepping electrical boxes that will be in cabinets is to leave the wire hanging out of the wall, finish drywall, hang cabinets then use a remodel box secured to the installed cabinet. This insures the box will be where I need it; in the cabinet and flush with the back. I use a Fein multi tool for cutting the back of the cabinets. ...


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You do not need to move your electrical boxes out. Just use these plastic extension fillers. You might want to remove the receptacles as they can get stuck behind the cabinets if the "ears" on the receptacles are not removed. Ears are the thin pieces of removable metal tabs on the top and bottom of the receptacle. They have cut lines on them and can ...


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Sometimes you can tell by looking under the dishwasher. Most have a plate that either moves or can be unscrewed. Then, you can sometimes look at the edges. Also, you can sometimes tell my walking on floors...if it's a floating floor, no it should only go up to cabinets (or if it's underneath it's done improperly and you may have other issues. If you are ...



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