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Need another latch for door for rubbermaid shed to keep door closed,other plastic latch broke

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SOURCE: Rubbermaid Shed: Broken Latch (Part # HIP-046H)

Got to Rubbermaid's replacement part link below and fill out the form. Let them know that you need to replace an HIP-046H latch.

http://www.rubbermaid.com/SupportCenter/Pages/ContactInformationForm.aspx?ContId=72&Id=4

I filled out this form and received a better, metallic replacement latch in about 10 days. Hope this helps.

Dan A.

Posted on Dec 16, 2012

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