Question about Refrigerators
The door from the house to the garage has 3 self closing door hinges which no longer force the door closed. The door is a metal door, somewhat heavy. The hinges have holes at the top. The top hinge is the only one which seems to still have the pin inserted.
How do I re-tension and fix the hinges?
This is not a refrigerator problem BUT, you must insert a tool like a drift punch into one of the holes on the top of the hinge and rotate it away from the door position then reposition the holding pin to prevent it from recoiling.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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