Pete B

06:42PM | 03/26/04
Member Since: 11/21/02
2 lifetime posts
I have two different cracking issues with the frame and decorative vinyl/plastic panels on my steel door. One of the frames has cracked and leaked some sticky fluid (exterior). On the bottom of 1/2 of the door, there are two other decorative "frame-style" panels, which have "pegs" on the back that attach to small receptor holes in the door. On one of the panels, the pegs themselves have cracked in half, with half left in the door. If anybody has information why this would be happening, and would know if and where replacement panels can be obtained? Thanx.


11:24AM | 03/27/04
Member Since: 11/06/02
1281 lifetime posts
The reason it is cracked is because it is plastic.

If you can discover the manufacturer brand name, you cab get parts from them. It is usually stenciled or srtamped into the edge of the door and glass in an inconspicuous corner

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