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It is not much more work nor much more expensive to purchase a new door w/door knob hole and the hinge reliefs routed. If your measurements are accurate and precise, and the fabrication of the new door is true to the demensions of the existing door, maybe $45 for the cheapest hollow door to $175 for a solid wood one, and all hinges are prwciarly set so that ...


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It looks like it will press right back into place, so it really comes down to what type of glue to use, and how to clamp. Here's what I would do: Choose a glue: Any normal PVA ("wood glue") should be fine. Superglue might be quicker, but it can be fussy, so practice with it on another piece of wood if you go that route, so you know what to expect. ...


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There really is not magic here. Start by cutting an investigatory hole inside to investigate what you are working with and plan a repair. The repair could replacing with the exact same parts or converting to another material like galvanized or pex and working in new materials; many DIYers do not feel comfortable soldering. Then, once you have a plan, ...


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Not really fixable. The way masonry works is that it goes up from a foundation. If the foundation is unsound the masonry will crack. Doesn't matter how big the rocks are. The Great Pyramid will crack if something happens to its basement. You cannot repair a crack in masonry by putting gunk into it, you can only hide a crack. Naturally, there are many ...



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