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Learn how to repair damaged kitchen cabinets; includes step-by-step instructions along with tips, materials, and tools lists.

During a HouseCall to Augusta, Georgia, Ron found himself in a situation where he needed to repair a damaged cabinet because there was no time to replace it. Fortunately the cabinet was going to butt up against another cabinet when it was installed so the repair would not show from the outside. There was also enough room to put a

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