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Bearing - Hinge NOISE CULPRIT ON SIDE BY SIDE?

Hi again Bnewberry, thanks
I did run across something called a BEARING - HINGE. It's a pretty cheap little plastic cone like shaped piece that apparently slips into the lower door hole or over the bolt thingy that goes into or on the L bracket?
Is this the culprit?

Only other missing thing is a lower washer , i think.

If I get the right one, is it likely to make noise go away?
thanks so much, I am really looking forward to your reply or opinion.
thanks, thanks, and more thanks.
-chaz

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Hello,

240328203 is one bearing you need, 240457701 is the other.
They work together on the Bottom side of the door

1. To hold the door in an open position
2. To close the door when it is partially open.

240457701 screws to the hinge its called a Plate-Door closer
240328203 screws to the door its called a Bearing-HInge(Black)

Let me know how you make out. Hope this helps

Bill

Posted on May 17, 2008

  • Bill Newberry
    Bill Newberry May 17, 2008

    Sounds like you might be missing 240457701

    Once you get the right parts in the right place your noise will go away.



    Thanks Again,

    Bill

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