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For clarification, Is this an open door being slammed shut, or a door with clearance when latched that allows it to clatter against the door jamb? The first can be taken care of with a gas cylinder door closer to retard the closing of the door on the last final bit. The second can be taken care of by putting thin weatherstrip around the door to stop ...


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As long as it is a solid wood door and not a veneer. Drill the proper sized pilot holes too, so the door rail does not split. The only thing you may want to be concerned about the screws are is the one on each roller that will go into the end grain of the stile. If it was a longer screw, it would be good insurance. End grain does not hold a screw as well as ...


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That's a single demountable hinge. I've got double demountables on my kitchen cabinets. I recently removed and painted the doors and had to adjust them slightly when I put them back on. In my case, it was simply a matter of adjusting how deeply the hinges were slid into the door and/or frame before tightening the screws since no screws actually screw ...


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No answer, but some ideas. Make sure the hinge is properly installed. It sounds like it was installed in the wrong orientation or the wrong type of hinge. Some hinges are design to be installed on lift up type cabinet doors. The spring action helps make the door feel less heavy and not slam shut. If you have other ones that work properly, check it against ...


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I have lots of questions! Is the door installed in place? If so, is there a storm or screen door? Did you paint both inside and outside surfaces? If so: Did you use the same paint on both? Are they both experiencing the same problems? If there is a glass storm/screen door in front of the door, this could lead to problems with paint on the outside ...



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