Kitchen Crown Molding

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Hello,

I am installing crown molding on my kitchen cabinets. However, I cannot proceed with my project, because I am having an incredible difficult time cutting the molding for the inside corners of my diagonal wall cabinet.  I bought a protractor and my angle reads at 45 degrees.  Therefore, I set my miter saw at 22.5 thinking this would work.  Well as you can imagine; it did not work.  The inside corners do not match up.

I was hoping you could provide me with some guidance on how to cut this particular angle.  Once i have this; I can move on with my project.

I attempted to load a picture, but it did not allow it.

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Julio Velazquez 4 years 1 Answer 932 views 0

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    Really, a picture would really help here. However many times you’ll cut the trim on a 22.5 or 45 not realizing you need to place the trim the correct way in the saw. Place the the trim in the saw as you would see it installed. And or you’ll need to compound cut it. Send pictures to dom@askmediy.com

     

     

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