A kitchen cabinet door just fell off when opening it. The hinge had rusted, so I think that it required much more force to open, hence pulling out the screws.
I don't wish to replace the door right now and wish to repair it. Although the hinges are going to be replaced.
The problem is that the screw holes are now too big and so will not hold the appropriate sized screw. The door has limited thickness and the original screw already used most of it, hence I can't use a longer screw.
What can I do to repair this with the least amount of work?
I am inclined to just fill the screw holes with matchsticks and wood glue. This might work, but I am unsure if it will last since the screws will be under stress whenever the door is opened. The door is made from MDF.