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The knob is broken

The doorknob is broken, the spindle is stuck and I can't open the door
can you give me an advice on how to replace it?

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  • MeltonN Oct 19, 2008

    Door Knob won't turn..door won't open to my garage.Garage door is closed and I cannot get to my car! Please help!

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Youve probably solved the problem by now but i would use a spanner or molegrips on the spindle to turn it, fitting a new one would have fitting instructions included.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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