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Old 01-17-2009, 01:02 PM   #1
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On out last trip in the fall, the catch on the outside of the entry door that will hold the door open broke in half. We weren't using it to prop the door open, it just seemed to disintergrate when my 8 year old daughter closed the door.
Does anyone know what this part is called and where I can find one?

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It's called a Entry Door Holder. click link below

http://www.rvdesigner.com/catview.asp?ci=5&cs=1

Click on entry door hardware. Can be found at any RV supply
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Thanks Richard. Just knowing the proper name of the doo-hickey helps immensely.
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