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Door sags so it does not close without lifting. Can it be adjusted?

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  • jassmine1998 May 11, 2010

    How would you know it is the right position if you are holding it open. Jassmine

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If you have access to the screws//bolts that are holding it in place, ask someone to hold it into the correct position (whilst open) and adjust it from there.

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