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Old 11-20-2017, 11:31 AM   #1
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Solution to door and screen door banging upon entry and exit?

So far, the most annoying thing having to do with my RV experience yet.
Has anyone any ideas to make them both open at once perhaps? Something that could be undone in spring and summer for having the outer door open at parks and the screen door shut to keep kitties in?
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My RV has magnet(s) between the screen door and the main door, holding them together so they open/close as one, yet can easily be separated to use individually.
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My RV is a Vintage 1974 Expo and it has clips that hold to 2 doors together, very convenient.
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Old 11-21-2017, 08:12 PM   #4
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Thanks guy, I'll look into both options.
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Mine also has a clip like kitchen cupboard but heavier duty, don't know how else to describe it.
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The prior owner used stick-on Velcro on the door and screen which works great.
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That sounds like a good way so as not to put anymore holes in things except that there is a half inch gap.
My screen door also sticks bad on the bottom left corner.
Thats the main reason it makes so much noise. That and due to making my own slide and handle thingy bopper, LOL


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That sounds like a good way so as not to put anymore holes in things except that there is a half inch gap.
My screen door also sticks bad on the bottom left corner.
Thats the main reason it makes so much noise. That and due to making my own slide and handle thingy bopper, LOL
You can fix that by installing a turn buckle + rod to support the sagging screen door! Buy at any hardware store! You can also stiffen up your door by installing a screen guard on the inside, also found at the hardware store! It will work like the turn buckle, if you pry your door up at the corner were it is sticking, then install the screen guard. It should give your door the support it needs! Hope this helps? Rail!
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