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For the back door, you can move the strike in towards the door stop the 3mm you need to get it to contact the weather stripping. Be careful how you do this, it will require a bit of cutting out of the jamb to move it back and reset longer screws to hold it there. Move it no more than you need, too much will make the door difficult to latch when you close it. ...


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Something moved or warped. The door, the door jambs, the wall... Easiest thing to do is add additional weather stripping. They make weather stripping that comes on either wood or aluminum strips for attaching to the door jambs. Comes with either the D style weatherstrip or the kerf style which you purchased. It's basically what you bought with a rigid piece ...


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The standard solution for an insulated hatch cover has it resting on trim flush with the ceiling. You should pound or pack out the framing for the hatch so that it is tightest at the bottom (where it meets your ceiling). Add weatherstripping to the top of the trim on which the cover sits to prevent airflow when it is in place, and the insulation on top of ...



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