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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 3:24 pm 
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Hi, my internal bedroom door does not latch, it's been like it since we moved in, the latch doesn't seem to go in far enough to latch door shut ? Please see photos, the door is hitting at the top corner of door stop first.
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First pic.. Huge gap either the frame is out of kilter or the door badly hung.

Last pic those hinges look well out the centre of the hinge joint should be in line with the woodwork.

Get a spirit level up the frame... is it level ??

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wine~o wrote:
First pic.. Huge gap either the frame is out of kilter or the door badly hung.

Last pic those hinges look well out the centre of the hinge joint should be in line with the woodwork.

Get a spirit level up the frame... is it level ??


I'll check it tomorrow for level and get back to you thanks wino


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