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Old 01-14-2010, 07:19 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Mojo41 View Post
I re-"HOT GLUED" all the loose mirrors.In the bedroom closet doors I removed the upper and lower catches.On the center post I ran a piece of 1/8x3/4 aluminum angle up the inside from top to bottom of cabinet to strengthen it(you can't see it from the outside).I then added one of the catches I removed half way up the door.It works great.The way it was from the factory you are pulling on the handle in the middle of the door and its actually bowing the door,hense loosening the mirrors.I left the medicine cbinet door alone.I don't think the door is long enough to bow.If it does I"ll go to the one catch system there also.Good luck
Good idea! In my case a single catch would be fine since our closet is directly across from the bed. Both the bed and the closet are in slides and when closed the doors to the closets can't be opened anyway.


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Old 01-14-2010, 07:30 AM   #12
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Guys thanks for the information. So far non of mine have come loose. But I am going to check them. Goop does a good job. I don't leave home without a tube.


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