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installing a vanity unit with sink! Help

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by vik2001, 17 Sep 2009.

  1. vik2001

    vik2001

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    im installing a vanity unit in the bathroom. when i put the cupboard unit against the wall its not flush. my floor has a dip in it.
    the vanity unity touches the wall along the bottom, then as it goes up theres about a 20mm gap away frm the wall.
    i cant scribe it onto the wall as its fixed, is my only option to pack it out at the bottom?
     
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    Scribe the bottom?
     
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    Don'tassume the floor is level or the wall is vertical.

    Pack the unit so it is level and see how it fits the wall/floor then.
     
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