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Harold called my service company to repair his front door. The door would not close properly and it listed on one side. He had just purchased a Fleetwood Eagle 28x70, 1866 sq ft, (173.3571 meters²), 4-Bedroom, 2-bath double wide mobile home. His home is on permanent foundation. He lives in a beautiful mobile home park named HollywoodBeach Mobile Home Park.
This post shows the six steps on repairing this front door.
Step 1. Fig.1 shows the Fleetwood Eagle front door. Fig.2 shows the door is very tight at the bottom but had a wide gap at the top.
|Fig.2 Door hinges|
|Fig.3 Inside |
|Fig.4 Top jamb|
|Fig.5 Top door jamb|
|Fig.6 Pull in dead bolt|
|Fig.8 Adjusted latch|
|Fig.9 Tighten Door hinges|
|Fig.10 Tighten Door hinges|
|Fig.11 Latch side|
|Fig.12 Middle latch side|
|Fig.13 Top side|
|Fig.14 Hinge middle|
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