Join Date: Jul 2018
Location: Central Florida
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hope you enjoy your stay.
your shelf issue is a very common occurrence with MDF or cheap particle board.
overloading the shelf will crack at the weakest points - which would be the little support tabs that are under the shelf.
check those and come back with what you find.
if there are no adjustable support tabs, the shelves may have been screwed in
from the outside of the cabinet.
Edit: to answer your question: how to fix it ?
if you can remove the shelf completely, that would be the easiest approach.
what kind of tools do you have on hand or access to ??
there is no educational alternative to having a front row seat in the School of Hard Knocks.
Last edited by John Smith_inFL; 07-07-2020 at 11:29 AM.