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Old 10-02-2011, 09:49 AM   #1
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Securing Tuscany double sliding doors

The double sliding doors between the bath and bedrooms in our 2010 Model 4072 will not stay secured during travel and we have to block them with a throw rug on the bottom and a wedge on the top. I'm sure others have had the same issue. What have you done to simplify securing these doors during travel. I have a couple of ideas but someone else may have done something that works well for them. DW thinks it would help if I wouldn't drive curvy moutain roads.
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Velcro strap and a screw?
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We finally just double folded the throw rugs and put them in the opening. They were the perfect width to keep the doors from moving during travel. I love a quick, cheap solution.
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our sliding doors have a "u" shaped hook on teh wall that keeps them secure
however the bathroom door is a must to stay open so pup can wander back and get a drink

we use a PEDIGREE yellow rubber dog bone. turn it on its side so the bone cross pieces are vertical and the middle part rests under the door and bam she stays in place
sort of makes a two legged bridge and the bridge part is under the door edge
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