I have a 2014 Montana High Country 5th Wheel with an exterior kitchen. On our current trip to the Outer Banks I noticed the door to the exterior kitchen became difficult to open and close. Upon further investigation I noticed the hinge started to separate from the door. The problem has become so severe that if trying to open the door at this time it will become separated from the upper portion of the frame where the hinge has "torn" away from itself. Are there any suggestions from anyone that has had a similar problem? Would appreciate any help available.
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How was the hinge originally attached? Screws, rivets, epoxy, would all be possible repair methods. How thick is the door, how heavy? Perhaps larger hinges are needed? A photo would help visualize the problem.
Bob & Donna
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