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Instructions for building a wall oven box?

Posted by sarschlos_remodeler (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 27, 08 at 0:06

We are doing a minor reno of our kitchen. The site-built cabinets are in pretty good condition (the drawers stick a bit but work, the doors are solid) for original 1964 cabs. The problem is that we need to replace our wall oven, which is currently a 24" double gas oven. We would like to replace the oven box so that we can fit a 27" single oven/mw combo. To do this, we need to build a new wall oven box.

Can anyone point me in the direction of detailed instructions for building a 27" wall oven cabinet? We've built furniture before, but always with a pattern. Thanks.

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RE: Instructions for building a wall oven box?

Since you haven't gotten a response in a few days, I'm going to suggest you just get a book on kitchen cabinet construction and adapt dimensions to what you need. It's unlikely you will find an exact dimensioned drawing for your needs. I have a number of books, but my favorite for traditional face frame cabinets is at the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Making your own kitchen cabinets...

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