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Model 740655X

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Granville 48 in. W x 30 in. H x 4.75 in. D Surface-Mount Medicine Cabinet in Honey Oak

$296.61 /each

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Achieve both attractiveness and functionality with this Jensen 48 in. 3-Door Medicine Cabinet in Honey Oak. The 3-Door design maximizes storage space and provides convenient access to products while still having full use of a mirror. The shelves accommodate a variety of container shapes and sizes for versatile storage options.

  • 48 in. W and 30 in. H provide ample storage for bathroom products
  • Solid wood frame with miter cut corners for seamless elegant appearance
  • 2 fixed wood shelves provide maximum storage
  • 3 high-quality polished edge mirrors
  • Cabinet comes fully assembled to reduce installation time
  • Integral mounting bars with pre-drilled mounting holes allow for quick and convenient installation
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Magnetic latches on doors provide secure close every time
  • Chrome finish glass pivot hinges
  • Surface mount installation

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Can we purchase new hinges for the mirrors?

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Hi Maverick, and thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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can we buy a replacement mirror door?

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July 26, 2013
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Thank you for your question. We appreciate your business. We do not offer replacement doors on this line of cabinets. You would have to replace the cabinet. Thanks, again.
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Which direction do the two side doors open?

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One of the reviewers stated that because of how the doors open, one cannot stand in the center and open the two side doors to view the back of one's head. However, judging by where the push tabs are on the corners of the mirrored doors, it seems like this should be possible. Can you please confirm if one or both of the two outer doors open outward (so the mirrors are facing away from each other to the left and right) or if both doors open inward so (so the two mirrors are facing each other). Thanks!
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can you add shelves?

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Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cabinet looks nice, but it's not what we thought it would be We purchased this 3-mirrored medicine cabinet for our cottage, because I very much like the one we have at home. When I ordered it, I arranged that it be sent to our nearest Home Depot, so that we'd be able to check to make sure it didn't get damaged in shipment. A kindly worker helped open the box, and when they saw the mirrors were packed separately and that there was an abundance of styrofoam to protect the wood - we were pretty confident it would be OK. The wooden cabinet, itself, looks GREAT! Before hanging it, though, my husband had to attach the "doors". We were most surprised to see that the mirrors, themselves, are the doors - without any backing to add strength. My husband was also not happy to see that the hinges that he had to attach, were a clamping style that had to be attached on the upper and lower edge of each of the mirrors. Though there were thin foam strips already attached to the mirror, to cushion where the set screws were to go - one of the foam pieces was not in the correct place. The directions warned not to over-tighten the screws, but there was no mention of what torque to use, so it was tricky to attach the hinges without cracking the mirrors! When my husband called me in to see the cabinet, I was most unhappy to see that the 3 mirrors opened in an odd way, which meant I could not stand in the center and open the left and right mirrors to see the side and back of my hair (like the cabinet we have at home). The other troubling feature was that one has to push-in on the lower edge of the mirror itself - in just the right spot - to open the door. Not only does this make me nervous to be pushing on the mirror itself - but if you don't push in the correct spot, it won't open! It is also necessary to push-in on that spot, in a abrupt way - so that the pop-release mechanism lets go of the door. If not done correctly, the magnet on the back of the mirror, still holds the door shut. All of these factors...make me very uneasy about my grandsons handling these doors! We probably should have returned the cabinet. NOTE: In order to make this cabinet like we wanted, my husband actually re-drilled the holes and reattached the hinges on the left and right doors, so that they now open toward the middle. I also placed a sticker on the lower edge of each mirror, at the exact spot one should push-in to open it. September 17, 2013
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