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Lazy susan cabinet adjustment

I have a lazy susan cabinet that I need to adjust so it closes correctly. Here is what it looks like closed and empty

Sorry for the blurry pic


There is a hinge at the top, here is it looking from the right


This is from the left


Do I need to adjust the screws? Or has the spring maybe gone bad?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 05-23-2010, 12:39 PM mserrino is offline  
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what's exactly wrong? Does it hang crooked? Does it not pull itself shut? ... maybe the hinges are worn/broken? We just got new cabinets installed, but the hinges are different, and it uses a magnet to pull shut. That one looks like it uses the notch on the cylinder to pull shut...
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looks like the spring needs more tension
Old 05-23-2010, 02:12 PM Forever Domon is offline  
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Maybe the detent isnt in the proper position? Maybe the cylinder with detent needs to be rotated a bit to get the proper closed position?
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Thanks for the replies, domom was on, i turned the screw to give the spring some more tension and now all is well. Thanks!
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