Model # H01915C-SN-O

Internet #202066917

Store SKU #566110

Liberty 1/2 in. Satin Nickel Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge (1-Pair)
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Liberty

1/2 in. Satin Nickel Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge (1-Pair)

  • Semi-concealed hinge with 1/2 in. overlay
  • Installs in face-frame cabinets only
  • Self-closing feature allows your door to close firmly & securely
$339 /pair

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Satin Nickel
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  • Satin Nickel
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Product Overview

The Liberty Satin Nickel Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge is made from sturdy steel material and requires little to no force for cabinet door closure. This full overlay hinge conveniently has a self-closing feature for your cabinet and vanity mounting projects. Made from steel with a brushed nickel finish.

  • Sturdy steel base material
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Ideal for cabinet or vanity door mounting
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Self-closing feature
  • Installs in face-frame cabinets only

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Customer Questions & Answers

How are adjustments made on these hinges

Asked by: NWpny
How do you adjust hinge so cabinet door will be complete closed
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2017-04-14

Are there two hinges in this package and is the finish really nickel because it shows a picture of a bronze hinge?

Liberty 1/2 in. Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge Model # H01915C-SN-O Internet # 202066917 Store SKU # 566110
Asked by: Anonymous
It is really nickel and there are 2 hinges in the package.
Answered by: rltmd
Date published: 2016-01-28

Do you have to take the plastic piece out to get it to close flush?

Do you have to take the plastic piece out to get it to close flush?
Asked by: cabinet1
I have installed it correctly or I would't be asking this question. It is not closing completely flush with the cabinet. You didn't even address my question. Do you remove the plastic?
Answered by: Cabinet1
Date published: 2017-05-30

How do you adjust these type hinge so cabinet door will close completely ?

How do you adjust these type hinge so cabinet door will close completely ?
Asked by: Frank
In my case, only the two interior door screws were causing the door to not close. In every case, one of the screws was not flush with the hinge. I have oak cabinets (which were VERY hard to screw into) and had to install with new screw holes, so not every screw was entirely flush. I identified the most likely problem screw and either removed it (leaving 2 screws in place, which is enough to hold the door) or I replaced the problem screw with a #4 1/2 inch wood screw, which is slightly smaller than the provided screws. In every case I was able to get the door to close after removing or replacing screws that were not completely sitting in the screw hole. Hope this helps!
Answered by: DIYer
Date published: 2017-06-19
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Customer Reviews

1/2 in. Satin Nickel Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge (1-Pair) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was great finding this hinge in stock as I too had trouble finding replacement hinges anywhere... It was great finding this hinge in stock as I too had trouble finding replacement hinges anywhere. The only that I had is the spring mechanism that shuts the cabinet door is not that strong on these hinges. On smaller cabinet doors they work fine but I have some larger doors that are 18 inches wide and they aren't strong enough to close these doors. I ended up picking out the best of my original hinges and putting those on the larger doors.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from FIX FOR OPEN DOOR ISSUE: I agree with other reviewers that screws meet with frame (you can even ... FIX FOR OPEN DOOR ISSUE: I agree with other reviewers that screws meet with frame (you can even see it in the product picture). If one of the interior door screws is not completely flush it will meet with the frame, causing the door to not close completely. You can use #4 1/2 inch wood screws in place of provided screws. You must buy them separately; they are available at HD. They are a bit smaller but they are able to sit further in the screw hole. I replaced or removed only individual screws I thought caused the door to not close. I was able to get all the doors to close. I would recommend installing the provided screws first, then replacing only problem screws after re-hanging the doors. There are 3 screws on each hinge. You can remove only a single screw and the remaining 2 screws is enough to hold the door. After I was able to fix the door closing problem, I am very happy with the look and performance of the hinges. For the price and look, I would recommend them.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Quality has changed These parts did not Match the quality of the parts which I purchased from my local Home Depot. The part number was identical, but the parts I received were of a much lower quality.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a bad hinge For those having trouble getting the door to close with a minimal gap at the handle side; Try slipping a clean, stiff putty knife behind the hinge, between the face of the cabinet and backside of the hinge barrel. Push the knife all the way until it hits the bend of the hinge where it wraps around the face frame. You can now pry out a bit and change the angle of the hinge, which should get the door to close tighter against the other side of the cabinet box. You may have to loosen the hinge screws to get the putty knife under the hinge, but once under the hinge, retighten the screws before prying the hinge. It worked in my case.
Date published: 2016-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good hinge - fix the door shutting problem by switching around the provided screws or get more flat head screws. When we first hung the door it would not shut as others have stated. The reason I gave it 4 starts was for the provided screws. Once we used two flat head screws in the 2 back holes the door shut perfectly. Why they provided anything but flat head screws is mind boggling.
Date published: 2015-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid these hinges There is a small indentation near the base of the hinge that was designed to prevent the door from slamming shut. However, as one other reviewer mentioned, it prevents the door from closing completely. All cabinet doors remained open approximately 1/8" - 1/4" after installation.
Date published: 2015-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1/2 in. Satin Nickel Semi-Wrap Overlay Hinge' I was able to get the set's from Home Dep. cause every place else didn't have them... they worked great.... I was redoing my kitchen cabinet's...and found they were nearly the same as the ones I took off... after 40 yrs. they were in need to replacement... had no problem's and they look great' ...
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad design and can not adjust door horizontally I wanted to replace the old gold finish hinges on my cabinets with nickel finish ones. I looked everywhere and Liberty is the only manufacturer to have this product and Home Depot has it. So I bought them. My old hinges have slots on both sides so that the door position can be adjusted vertically and horizontally. However, this new hinge has holes on one site (as seem in the left picture) and so the door can not be adjusted horizontally. Strangely, the quarter inch hinge of the same style from the same manufacture has slots on both sides (as shown in the right picture), a much better design. But unnaturally I need the half inch over lay. It’s so hard to align the doors and adjust the gap between doors.
Date published: 2014-12-14
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