12:59PM | 02/10/01
Member Since: 02/09/01
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I have an entertainment center and the one door does not want to shut. It is tight at the top however there is a gap at the bottom. The problem is with the hinge. It is an adjustable hinge. I'm not sure which screw should I tighten or loosen. I've tried but I don't seem to be making any progress. Does anyone know of a good reference on how to adjust the adjustable hinges? Thank you in advance.


04:41AM | 02/15/01
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
You said "tight at the top" and "gap at the bottom". Is this the "top" and the "bottom" of the side opposite the hinges? If so, then adjusting the hinge might fix it. But if you mean along the top of the hinged door, and along the bottom of the hinged door, then adjusting the hinge won't help.


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