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    Cupped oak worktop

    It's screwed to some existing IKEA cabinets which have slotted holes (slotted perpendicular to length of worktop which is what supplier recommended) and just supports it at the front and back edges so should in theory have the freedom to uncup in situ.
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    Cupped oak worktop

    Thanks everyone for the help and suggestions. We are talking about 2-3mm difference in level from the middle of the worktop to the front and back edges... Is that within typical tolerances? Only my AEG hob doesn't seem to have any ability to conform to a slightly curved surface / any fixings to...
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    Cupped oak worktop

    Stored for a week on with its long edge on the floor but held vertical rather than 'leaning' (that's why I didn't think it would bend either way), stored in the kitchen kept at same temperature and dryness as any normal kitchen. Noticed the cupping after oiling it about a week after installing...
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    Cupped oak worktop

    Hello I recently purchased an oak worktop, pre oiled and with the cut outs pre-cut. Unfortunately only after installing the hob I've realised the worktop is not perfectly flat, in fact it is very slightly convex on the top from the front to the back. The hob therefore isn't flush at the back/...
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