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Door closer pin

Each door has a round metal pin that can placed according to how quickly the door closes. It appears to be a spring loaded cylinder at the top of the door with holes in it. You turned that cyclinder and then placed the "pin" in the hole. This adjust how quickly the door closes. I have lost one pin. Door now has to be manually shut. Where can I get a pin???

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You can make one or order one through "Coldparts.com" if the part is available individually.

Posted on May 09, 2008

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    James Helmer May 10, 2008

    Sorry about that, I meant to type "caseparts.com".

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    James Helmer May 10, 2008

    http://www.caseparts.com/block.asp?PBID=...

    This URL will take you to the page on which your part is shown as #5.

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