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Start by placing the base cabinets in their locations.
Determine the starting point by picking a hard edge. Use a level to make a mark on the wall -- this is the point where the seams of the upper and lower cabinets line up.
Set the first base cabinet on the hard edge.
Shim the cabinets to level and use 3" cabinet screws to fasten to the wall. One of the great features of these particular "stock" cabinets is the fact that the toe-kick is 4" higher than the standard for easier accessibility for wheelchairs.
For the oven cabinet, mark the cutout for the electrical junction box. Using a spade bit, drill four holes at the outside corners. Then, use a jigsaw to finish the cutout.
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