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HowToDo Question : How do I open my cabinet interior shutters ?

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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 14:31 
Hello,

One of my interior shutters that can no longer
down (no worries mount ). I shot a little and I
happens now, but it's not fluid, it makes noise
in there, and in addition, drawing, is a piece that fell:)

I'd like to try to open the box but I know nothing.

The box is built into the window.

I made a little video (33Mo) to see: http:/
/www.michenux.net/public/bricolage/P1020074.MOV

Thanks for your help
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 16:24 
HELLO

To open your shutter, made this test:
You take a flat screwdriver, large and fine, or other tools. You plant the screwdriver in the center for the power to eclipse and see what happens around it. Especially the item that is broken. Reassembly no particular problem a little help to be able to eclipse that ci.Cordialement Jean-Paul
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 17:39 
hello

the front of your Case is in fact down and clipped on top. on the sides, you can have screws that secure and that you will first loosen déclipsage.Malheureusement before your film is not clear sides. The screwdriver method is then to slide the screwdriver in the bottom of said box to the déclipser.Il Simply unclip and then lift up.

To make up the reverse.

the dark room very much like a hanger deck.
If this happens you will find others who maintain your component axis
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 19:36 
Thanks for your answers.

I do not see any screws. Otherwise, the boot is rigid, plant a screwdriver underneath is not so simple, I have a fear of breaking the trunk.

I did pictures, clearer video than

http://www.michenux.net/public/bricolage/dessus.JPG

http://www.michenux.net/public/bricolage/dessous.JPG
http://www.michenux.net/public/bricolage/partiedroite.JPG

http://www.michenux.net/public/bricolage/partiegauche.JPG


Thanks
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