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Mr. Gonzales was a truck driver for a local dairy company for over thirty years. He had lived in a five bedroom home with a huge back yard. Now that he was retired he wanted a smaller home with some amenities. His family found The Chino Valley Senior Condo Complex near his children homes. The apartment was a one bedroom apartment with no backyard and very little outside personal space. His apartment had a cheap aluminum screen door which they removed. He wanted a custom high quality screen door installed on his front door.
This post shows the eight steps of how to read the manual and learning the parts on your new screen door.
Step 1: Fig.1 through fig.3 below shows what the your manual might look like to identify the parts of the screen door. Your parts may be called something different.
Step 3: Fig.4 shows below middle a cut-out cardboard of some of the custom door information that this custom screen components. Below for example the screen is "Heavy duty 1 7/8" x 1" frame with rust-resistant fasteners".
|Fig.4 Door Information|
|Fig.5 Apartment Complex|
|Fig.6 Apartment |
|Fig.7 Left side |
|Fig.8 Right side door jamb|
|Fig.9 New screen |
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