I would like to reduce the length of a cupboard in my motor home. While I cam move it away from the wall I can’t take it out as one end is attached to wiring. I’m wondering what’s the neatest way I can cut through it.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Ranger27. It's great to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about how to cut a fixed pine cupboard.
Would it be possible for you to post a photo of the cupboard and the electrical fitting that is holding you back? I only ask so that our members can see the situation that you're in and they may be able to offer solutions on how to go about it. If it is really unmovable, I suggest using a Ryobi 18V ONE+ Multi Tool - Skin Only in combination with a Diablo 65mm Multi-Tool Plunge Blade. This will allow you to cut the cabinet, even if you are in a very tight spot with no room to use a regular saw. I recommend drawing a cutting line so that you will have a guide on where to cut while using the tool. I suggest practicing cutting timber offcuts before attempting to cut the cabinet.