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Old 04-08-2019, 06:30 AM   #1
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Entry Door Issue

After waxing the MH this weekend I noticed that the door does not seen to seat evenly. In other words the gap around the door when closed is not even. The gap at the bottom on the lock side is about 3/8 of an inch while nearly touching and a little proud at the top. Door is also a little difficult to close tight. I would not think the problem is related to the bolt side but possibly the hinge side. Could it have gotten caught in the wind in a previous life?
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Hi TWINCAMSAM,
Was the coach resting on the jacks? If so sometimes the frame can get a bit twisted.
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It was not at the time I noticed it but I put them down and no change.Perhaps I should wait until Iím camping next week before I make a judgement. My driveway leans a bit.
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