Given that the things are usually built like tanks that is. In fact a local scrap merchant might help you out and take it away purely for the scrap value. Strange that it’s not repairable, you’d have thought that C-N could have just gone back to the original specs and built a replacement door. The cynical might even possibly imagine that they’re thinking a new case makes more money than a replacement part.
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Does anyone have any experience of taking apart Click Netherfield cases for disposal? Or any recommendations of companies who can do this for us? We have one case to remove, its sort of built into a space between two walls so access is a bit complicated. The case is going to be thrown away/recycled as the glass on the doors is beyond repair and apparently we can’t buy replacement doors, so it doesn’t matter if it comes out in pieces!
Any thoughts or recommendations would be gratefully received.
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