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Old 01-03-2012, 07:41 AM   #1
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Possible problem in your coach?

During heater installation I discovered hall pocket door hits kitchen sink drain pipe when fully closed. There is no door stop! I'm sure over time the pipe will crack or break. I am still trying to figure best way to add a stop. Even with door removed there is very little room to work, impossible to get a hand that far back. My best idea so far is to glue a piece of foam to pipe - but pipe still takes the load. Any other ideas?

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Old 01-04-2012, 06:41 AM   #2
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Could you put a cabinet knob in the pocket door that would allow it to bump into the face of the pocket before the door hit the pipe? You could also put
a rubber bumper on the face to keep the cabinet knob from damaging the wood.

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If you are able to remove the door, would it be possible to add a bumper to the door edge where it might hit before the pipe???
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You guys beat me to it!
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