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August 31, 1:20 PM [GMT -5]

Thanks for the great suggestions! The adjustable door hinges SEEMED like the ideal solution, but the hinge plates on them are thicker than the standard hinges, and so the door would not close at all. Correcting the jamb and door to accommodate the adjustable hinges would require more carpentry than just planing and sanding door - which we were trying to avoid. So we went to Plan A - a 3" screw in the center hole of the top hinge, jamb side. It did help some, but it looks like we'll need to also try shimming the middle and lower hinges.
I must add that I think I created this sticking/sagging door... it's on my pantry, and I added a door rack for spices, etc. While it doesn't seem to be excessively heavy, I wonder if that's what is dragging the door down - has anyone else experienced this?

April 08, 12:16 AM [GMT -5]

What do I do if the door is metal and it sticks at the upper part of the door. This is in a mobile home.

Glenda

November 12, 5:14 PM [GMT -5]

I have a door that was installed by an idiot. there's nothing left to add a longer screw into. I think that they cheated and put a 1 by in and called it "up to code" I've even put pieces of wood in the hole and screwed it back in place and that didn't even work where it has in the past on other jobs.

August 09, 6:17 PM [GMT -5]

I fixed it the easy way. I just replaced my hinges with The Original Adjustable Door hinges. It took me about 30 minutes to do it. I did not need to cut, plane or sand the door at all. Check them out at www.adjhinge.com, you will be glad you did.

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