1) Submitted by
John Mullen, from Millville, PA
I built a stereo cabinet with smoked glass doors and these hinges look terrific and function very well.
2) Submitted by
John R Moreton, from Athens, NY
25 year old cabinet with broken hinges, these were perfect replacements. Thanks Rockler.
3) Submitted by
Bill Millsap, from Bonner Springs, KS
I have a stereo cabinet which has a glass door on the front and one of the hinges broke and I thought I would never find another to work on it, I was wrong. I put one of your hinges on and it works with the original on the other end perfectly. I am happy.
4) Submitted by
Lawrence Barr, from Indiana, PA
I finally made the dream entertainment center my wife and I had wanted for over 15 years. These hinges fit very well on the dark glass door covering the equipment part of the cabinet.  The cabinet is made of solid oak from right here in Pennsylvania.
5) Submitted by
Dorothy Ferrigno, from Cape Coral, FL
I have searched for a long time for this hinge, I have asked cabinet makers also to no avail. Finally because I bought a computer and learned how to search, I found the exact one. The only disappointment is the original ones were brass and you carry only black, however I will be very happy to put back up the 4 doors on my cabinets once again. Thank you!
6) Submitted by
Rick A, from Upper Marlboro, MD
Hinges seem to work very well and are easier to install than standard pivot hinges. The screws that come woth the hardware are very small and inadequate in supporting any normal size entertainment center glass door. When snugging up the set screw in the back of the hinge be carefully that you do not torque it down too much as you will break the glass. One very important item to note, while you may think that the set screw is tight enough it may not be, (and CRASH!) down comes the glass! I suggest some sort of thin double stick tape on the set screw side of the glass just to make sure there is some sort of adhesion in case the glass becomes loose. once you have set the glass, give it a light tug to make sure that its snug withing the hinge or you will loose a $100 piece of glass like I did.
7) Submitted by
Tim, from Niles, MI
Good looking simple hinge that is easy to install. Glass does seem to move in the hinge more than I would expect, but I am afraid to tighten the hinge too much, so it might just be loose.
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