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Brass-plated Metal Flush Door hinge (L)50mm, Pack of 8

Brass-plated Metal Flush Door hinge (L)50mm, Pack of 8

£4.74
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Product information

These brass effect metal flush hinges are suitable for use on small cupboard/louvre doors. Fixings supplied for quick and simple installation.

  • Only fixings included
  • Suitable for Cupboard & louvre

Specifications

Product typeDoor hinge
Pack quantity8
Hinge typeFlush
LocationInternal
PlatingBrass-plated
Product length50mm
MaterialMetal
Product code03207574

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2.33 / 5(3 reviews)

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Mike 173372 - 1 month ago

The screw round out with the slightest Bit of pressure. The hinge pins are bent so when in the closed position the door doesn’t align. None of the hole are in line so when you reverse mark the holes they are out when you “attempt” to use the cheeseium screws.

They do the job but need some modifying.

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Upset in Catford - 3 years ago

As the previous reviewer said the screws are made of cheap soft metal so mostly useless!
The biggest problem is the hinges not closing flush due the the countersinking in the hinge bodies causing the screw heads to stand proud and prevent flush closing.
I used a 6mm HSS drill to deepen the countersinks to allow the screw heads to sit flush with the hinge surface to enable the doors to close flush..

Good Hinges but get Replacement Screws

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diybob64 - 4 years ago

I bought these to fit to some custom MDF doors that I made. The hinges did the trick perfectly, but I had to buy a set of replacement screws (3x20mm). The ones supplied had malformed posidriv (PZ1) sockets, were soft and either broke off or became unusable after being done up once.