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Old 04-27-2015, 04:55 PM   #1
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Debonding of door

Had a small area on the bottom of the entrance door so I figured let's see if I can fix this 😉
Took trim off the door and this is what I found. Click image for larger version

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Well I treated the wood and made it back to one piece. Click image for larger version

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Then I glued the outer panel back on and here it is. Click image for larger version

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It seems that they didn't seal that panel so as you go down the road water got between the top and bottom parts. The door is fixed.


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Nice work...thanks for sharing!
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