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Posted by: from Towson
9/19/2012 at 9:51:34 AM

I have KNCA cabinets, one of the doors is damaged, need to find replacement. Where please?

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Date/Time9/19/2012 at 11:20:17 AM

Who is the manufacture of these cabinets?

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MJ Salese Construction in Bangor
Date/Time9/19/2012 at 11:31:01 AM

Go back to the place you purchased the cabinets from, and make them aware of your issue with the broken door. If they can not solve the problem for you, ask for the contact information of the manufacturer who made the cabinets.

If your contractor installed the cabinets, they may be able to resolve the issue very fast since most contractors have a habit of buying from the same companies, they normally can have something expedited in a very short time.

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George from GR Home Improvement in Effort
Date/Time9/19/2012 at 11:38:18 AM

Find the manufacturer and google it on the internet. The manufacturer's name is usually on the inside of one of the draws. They will tell you how to get a replacement.

Another option is to search a cabinet supplier on the internet or locally they should be able to match the door. Locally is preferred, because you can take the damaged door to them to match it.

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Patrick from Kimco Contracting in Hazlet
Date/Time9/19/2012 at 6:06:32 PM

Hello,

As was stated by the others, the research is on yourself, to find out a more specific manufacturer. If you purchased them with the home, go to the realtor or prevIous owner. If you purchased them, find your paperwork (receipts). If they were installed by your contractor, again, go back your paperwork. Hope this helps get you started...

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Patrick from Kimco Contracting in Hazlet
Date/Time9/19/2012 at 6:09:49 PM

Hello,

As was stated by the others, the research is on yourself, to find out a more specific manufacturer. If you purchased them with the home, go to the realtor or prevIous owner. If you purchased them, find your paperwork (receipts). If they were installed by your contractor, again, go back your paperwork.

Hope this helps get you started.

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Mark in Houston
Date/Time9/19/2012 at 8:59:10 PM

NKCA is the manufacture? Maybe?

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Date/Time9/19/2012 at 11:23:42 PM

You should have one of these answer givers come over to your house to see if your cabinet doors can be fixed by, glue and clamp, replace hinges, restructure styles by filling screw holes, and on and on.

My be if someone in the trade had a chance to get a look at the condition, type, and milling, a replacement that would be a match to what you have even if it were a different brand could solve your problem.

Thanks

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Date/Time9/26/2012 at 8:56:39 AM

I think what you what you meant was NKCA (National Kitchen Cabinet Association) This is a stamp on your cabinets... You must know the manufacturer or custom cabinet maker who can make you a new door to match.

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Date/Time10/1/2012 at 6:21:55 PM

There are several cabinet makers in the area. I would check with one of those companies to see if they can duplicate your door.

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