10:10AM | 04/10/02
Member Since: 04/09/02
1 lifetime posts
I have a door that has pulled out of the frame. The frame material is a MDF board and the holes are now shredded. There is a metal stud directly behind the MDF frame (in contact with). There are only two three hole hinges to work with and the door is hollow. Without getting too complicated, how would you suggest I rehang this door. I was thinking of using self tapping sheet metal screws to drill directly into the metal stud. Do you think this will hold up the door? BTW, I live in a condo so there is only very limited space to do carpentry work in. And my condo is only 2 years old! The builder only used 1/4" wood screws to hold the door to the frame. The screws didn't make it into the stud. Thanks for any help.


03:28PM | 04/10/02
Member Since: 09/23/01
242 lifetime posts
Your method will work just fine.


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