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Message posted by SHAWJASPER on 03/4/2016 at 8:43pm
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We have A Bailey Pegasus Bologna 2014, we love the van but the space between the bed and wardrobe is not very wide. Sometimes it be a bit awkward getting into the wardrobe. Well a sales men with the same van told us to get some unicorn 3 wardrobe hinges and replace these with the original ones. The unicorn 3 hinges available from the Bailey website open flat against the wall making access to the wardrobe a lot easier. The difference it has made is really good. Just thought it was a tip worth sharing if like my wife you spend a great deal of time opening and shutting a wardrobe door.

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thanks for the tip, going to replace ours too

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is this the correct part?

Bronze Wardrobe Cranked Hinge

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Yes this is the correct part, it does make a difference to the wardrobe. Another tip he gave me was the take the bedroom curtain off and place it on the wall opposite next to the fridge. I have not done this yet, but I can see his point. You do tend to knock it when you are going though past the bed.

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great thank you. Not having access to our van at the moment ( in storage ) do you know how many I need? is it 4 or 6? can't recall how many hinges per door

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Check the price of the hinges at the likes of B&Q before you order from Bailey Parts, with the postage included B&Q might be cheaper. I changed the hinges on my last Unicorn after the same tip on another forum and that's where I got mine. They werent on the Bailey Parts site at that time

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I bought 6, this will do both doors, but it is only the right hand door which will open flat against the wardrobe. The postage from Bailey is expensive 5 pounds. It cost me just over 12 pounds including postage. But I think its worth it.    

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Thank you. I thought there may be 3 per door will order now. Will make it easier to get to water tank too.


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