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If the wood is thick enough, drill out a space for a metal pin that mimics the hinge. The other hinges can't be far behind, buy a new vanity cabinet. Super glue.


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A mirror that big will have some flexibility if there is some room behind it. Especially when you press on the mirror such as when cleaning it. I would recommend using a padding technique on the back of the mirror to give it a firm seating against the wall whilst at the same time causing it to flush out against the front inside edge of your J channels. ...


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Okay, probably way too late now... And maybe too complex, but... Run the hot water supply through some copper pipe and snake it back and forth behind the mirror which is thermally connected to the pipe, with something. I haven't worked that out yet.



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