Originally Posted by pittso
Did you remove that portion of the countertop? How are you going to finish it? Did you add some support to the front of the cabinet?
We only saw this when the slide was retracted.
In my case the countertop was attached with silicone as was the joint between sections. I sliced under it with a hacksaw blade and CAREFULLY removed it exposing the cabinet frame underneath. The frame was screwed into wood (2X6??) inside the wall beneath the luan. Problem was that this wood did not go all the way to the front end of the cabinet so any screw pulled out. I CAREFULLY drilled tiny exploratory holes to find out where the wood inside stopped. I then screwed the frame onto the wall, added the plywood on top to stiffen up the structure to keep it from torqueing when the kitchen slide was retracted and reinstalled the countertop. Did nothing up front. Never saw the problem again thank God. Seems like there was one other post with a similar problem but I could be wrong.
Once you get the countertop off you can better assess your problem.
Basil & Sue Shannon
Former Apex owner (Gary & Renee have it now)
Was Traveling Circus (2 clowns/Sage the Wonder Dog) Tent rotted. Circus folded.