Originally Posted by Bama Rambler
I think it was damaged by an attempted break-in. The damage is consistant with pulling on the corner while the door is latched.
What HE said!!
I also think replacing the door is no big deal as far as man hours.
Now figuring who pays for it is another thing!
If it was my trailer, ( and the doors look identical, except for that
bow in yours.....)
I'd take off the hinges-
Lay the door on blocks on the ground and --carefully--
put more and more weight in the center and see if you can bend it back.
This could be a temporary or even semi permanent fix.
It's worth a shot.
Use a long level or some sort of straight edge to check how you're doing.
You can actually get it pretty close simply by putting your eye next to
a corner and sighting down the length of the door.
You'll be able to see when it's straight.
I'm pretty sure you can get some sort of a "portable" burgler alarm to
hang/attach onto the door for future security. Something that's self
contained and has one of those ear piercing pizo alarms like a smoke
Check Radio Shack stores and/or online at Radioshack.com