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Old 10-10-2016, 09:09 PM   #2
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The plastic plate on the door needs to be raised just a bit.

If the screen door is closed by it self and then door is closed the screen should stay in place when you open the door.

If you lock the screen door to the door it should stay attached to the door until you change it.

All this is done with a few adjustments of both the screen door inner and outer locks.

I have seen it done by the tech at Goshen in August and it works great with a little bit of adjustment.

If I was there I could do it for you within a few minutes but I'm not.
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Old 10-10-2016, 10:06 PM   #3
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If I was there I could do it for you within a few minutes but I'm not.
Thanks for the tip!! Care for a flight up to Vancouver Canada to do that tweek?
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Old 10-10-2016, 10:16 PM   #4
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I like mine to open with the door. If I'm outside headed in why do I want to open the door twice?
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Old 10-16-2016, 10:38 PM   #5
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My RV is my 1st one and learned 1 thing. Each time you drive them, there is an earthquake on the RV; stuff shift and chages. My RV has some quirks, nothing to be bother. I have to push the door hard to shut, not slam, just harder. It changes from time to time. What I see on yours is, the catch is off by a hair.

2 choices, either move the catch a hair up or live with it. If was me, just live and get used to it. As posted before, is the catch mislocated by a hair.

To go up a tiny bit, you might need to fill the holes with a wooden (maybe a golf tee might do it) dowels with glue; then, drill the new holes a hair up. We call that in aviation a freeze plug, on this case, we are not freezing a plug; just using the same idea.
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Old 10-23-2016, 08:27 AM   #6
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The plastic plate on the door needs to be raised just a bit.

If the screen door is closed by it self and then door is closed the screen should stay in place when you open the door.

If you lock the screen door to the door it should stay attached to the door until you change it.

All this is done with a few adjustments of both the screen door inner and outer locks.

I have seen it done by the tech at Goshen in August and it works great with a little bit of adjustment.

If I was there I could do it for you within a few minutes but I'm not.
This is right but be careful because the metal on the door is thin and the screws can strip out very easy. FYI
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