Yesterday I was removing some interior doors for a tiling project that was about to happen, and for one hinge on one door I couldn't knock the pin out. But I did notice that for that hinge, that the screws into the frame appeared loose.
I decided to unscrew the hinge from the frame in order to remove the door. In doing so I discovered that 2 of 3 screws were loose to the point that they were not biting into the wood. I couldn't use a screw driver or electric drill to unscrew them. Instead I had to manually unscrew then with my fingers while pulling back on the head (but they didn't just pull out).
When it comes time to put this door back, what would be the most pragmatic way of securing this hinge? I don't like the idea of digging into the wall to properly fix the frame when 7 of the 9 screws holding the door up are perfectly serviceable.