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Check Door Hinges Periodically

I just read the hint about checking the screws in your doorknobs. While I was going around, I found that my door hinge pins were all elevated. A couple were half out. This could have meant the door falling off it's hinges, literally. So please take a hammer with your screwdriver to check both ends of your doors.

By Heather from Boston, MA

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April 17, 20070 found this helpful

A little ball ping hammer is good to keep on hand, for this very reason. I've had to use mine in the kitchen, several times a year, especially on the cabinet doors you use the most.

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April 17, 20070 found this helpful

you used my hint, now I'm about to use yours. Never thought of the hinge pins. thanks.

Jean from MI

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April 18, 20070 found this helpful

I'll be darned. So I just checked the door hinges (all ok) and now I know how to replace my old storm door. I don't know why, but I thought there was more to replacing a storm door. Thanks.

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