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Old 06-26-2016, 09:11 AM   #1
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Not all friction hinges are the same

I just noticed that the main door in my Creekside 27bhs has quite a bit more friction than the bathroom entrance door. It's quite noticeable and I find myself wishing I could switch them as I prefer using the one with less. Has anyone found this?
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Try some lubricant on the stiff one. Our 280RKS single door was extremely stiff this spring, and I lubed it. Works smoothly now, and much less effort and still holds open in major winds, so far!!!
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I tried some lubricant and it worked great! I really hope it doesn't pick up dust now inside. Will see I guess. Cheers
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