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We have upvc french doors, 1 seems 2 have dropped and is catching at the bottom is there any simple way to adjust this?

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Yes if you have an hinge which looks like small flag there are 3 ajustment places on these you need the one pointing towards glass on tip of flag normally small white cap on front take off and use allen key and it wind back towards wall taking off the drop to it if not flag hinge you will have to call engineer ok hope this helps bub

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