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Old 03-12-2019, 06:54 PM   #1
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Era cabinet doors

2016 Era 170X. Can someone please help me with a sorce for replacement cabinet doors? The screws on the front and back ones have ripped the wood apart multiple times so I finally removed them. They do not match the side cabinet doors for some odd reason. The side doors are curved outward and have a chrome plastic piece running horizontally the entire length. The front and back ones are a flat piece of wood with no trim. They are not included in the Winnebago parts catalog.
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Perhaps if you fill the 'ripped' holes with some epoxy and when it's set drill a pilot hole for the screws you could repair and use the existing doors?
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Another option might be to use a through bolt with a nut on the inside instead of just a screw from the inside. You could cover the bolt heads with a decorate cap like this is you wanted: Decorative Mirror Screw Cap. You can probably find various other types of decorative caps as well.
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Thanks again. That could be the answer. I appreciate that you took the time to help solve my problem.
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