DCKiefer Posted May 9, 2010 Share Posted May 9, 2010 Has anyone noticed that accessing the closet can be a little uncomfortable since you have to duck a little due to the lower ceiling near the door, plus negotiate the opend closet door. This is assuming your closet door opens to the left and your accessing the closed while standing inside the Oliver. Here is a solution that was not all that difficult, simply reverse the door so it opens to the right. With the door now opening to right it is so much easier to access the closet. The closet is also still relatively easy to access from the entry door step, but the main improvement is from inside. Big difference. Changing the direction of opening simply requires the removed of the screws on the rear of the door frame. You'll see these from inside the closet. Remove the frames and simply place everything 180 degrees from where it was, including the upper and lower from sections. Removing the section opposite the hing is the most difficult, but should be occomplished relativley easily. Once that pieced is removed, the upper and lower section can be removed next, the the hinged section with holds the door. The screw holes will not likely line up agian, but I simply used the orginal self tapping screws to resecure the sections. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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