Kason - 1256 - 1256 Flush Self-Closing Hinge

  • Price: $87.52/EA
  • Shipping Info: Stock item, same day shipping M-F
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Product Details

 

  • 1256 LH Cam Lift Hinge
  • For doors with a flush offset
  • Brushed chrome finish
  • For left hand doors
  • Cam lift self closing mechanism
  • Can be converted to spring assist with 1255 spring cartridge kit
  • Drilled and countersunk for 1/4 in flat head screws


  • Length: 8”
  • FitsBrand: Kason

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Kason1256 Flush Self-Closing Hinge
 
5.0

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5.0

The product was easy to install

By Pete

from AZ

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Pros

  • Durable
  • High Quality

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      Comments about Kason 1256 Flush Self-Closing Hinge:

      The product was easy to install and the service was excellant. Delivery was fast.

      Service and delivery comments:

      Fast and excellant service. On line system contains all the information you need for follow up without timely phone calls and is very user friendly.

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      • Q:

        how to insert new cam and follower into this hinge?
        (Cam -low part- looks rather obvious but how to insert upper part insert is not clear)
        th
        arnold
        Asked on 8/8/2015 by arnold from tucson,AZ

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          A:

          I'm not quite exactly sure of what you are asking, but I think you are referring to the plastic bushing to be reversed so that this hinge swings the other way. In that case, there is a black plastic cap on the top that needs to be removed. From there, you can push out the existing plastic bushing from the underside and re-insert from the opposing side, and reassemble. You can also refer to this short tutorial video that can help give some insight:
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emQIH-u3G50

          Answered on 8/10/2015 by Chris from Boulder
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