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Repairing a Loose Door Handle

tighten a loose doorknob that has hidden chassis screws. it only takes a minute to pop off the cover plate.

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How to Fix a Door Latch

How to Fix a Door Latch: When a house settles, doors sometimes stop latching properly because one side of the frame has sagged. You can fix the problem easily with a rotary tool and a metal-cutting bit. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/doors/repair/how-to-fix-a-door-latch/view-all

Rustic Crate Coffee Table *4 crates 18x12.5x9.5 *1 sheet plywood 1/2in thick cut to 27inx27in *4 med. duty rubber locking wheels *screws *stain/sealer/paint of your choice I recommend painting/staining everything before you screw it all together.

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Adjusting a Door Strike Plate

to fix a door that won't latch, simply file the edge of the strike plate until the latch clicks into place. it's a five-minute fix.

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Repairing a Loose Door Handle

Tighten a loose doorknob that has hidden chassis screws. It only takes a minute to pop off the cover plate.

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Fix Sagging or Sticking Doors

How to fix doors that won't close: Here ya go Randee!....or you can just use the jeans ;)

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Fix a Door That Won't Close

Fix a Door That Won't Close. Adjusting the latch: Worked perfectly for the side door on my garage. My first home repair. I feel like a winner.

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Fix a Door That Won't Close

When houses settle, doors can settle along with them, resulting in misaligned door latches. Solve the problem with a file, a chisel, and a dab of lipstick (any shade will do).