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Cabinet door stop anyone?

I am looking for a "Stop Chain", or "Stop Wire" to apply to my kitchen cabinet doors, to keep them from opening too far, and banging into my hood.  Suggestions?

 

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swd, I think it's called a stop hinge, try to  discribe to hardware store worker as, the kind of hinge they used on top off old record players where the top opened and would only open so far....good luck!

swd, I think it's called a stop hinge, try to  discribe to hardware store worker as, the kind of hinge they used on top off old record players where the top opened and would only open so far....good luck!

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