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Doors won?t stay up

My doors won’t stay up, how can I fix them?

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95% of all problems with “droopy” doors can be solved simply by replacing with a set of the correct, proper struts, which we can be supplied by DMC. Unqualified persons should never attempt to adjust the torsion bar(s) as severe personal injury and extensive physical damage are possible.

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