cabinet doors do not close with or without replacement hinges
Our kitchen and bath cabinets are maple with a maple stain, about 20 years old. Generally the wood and stain on all are in very good condition. Recently some of the cabinet doors will not close completely mainly the 2 & 3 ft. doors. When you let the hinges close the door it swings mostly shut and stops. When you push the door closed, it springs back open about 1 inch and stops ajar. Learned early on that the hinges were defective and have been replacing them as they failed with the recommended replacement brand. None of these doors appear to be warped. I have installed magnetic closers on some of the smaller doors - they work - but my wife does not like the way she has to pull them open. And I am not certain that this type of closer will fully close our many 4 ft doors. I also routinely check the tightness of the hinges screws and door alignment with its opposite.
Has anyone experienced this problem and found a solution?
Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.