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Virginia Ginger Vanstaveren
I wish i'd read this article before doing my hall bath. The new tile under the free standing cabinet is not level (i could shoot the tile contractor) and the cabinet came in 3 pieces not one, now there is a wobble in all three pieces. Can I connect them to each other and to the wall... And who would know how to do this correctly, a cabinet installer?
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