Repair Spring Loaded Door Hinge?

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Often a spring loaded door hinge becomes faulty if there is too much or not enough tension on the spring. You can easily repair the hinge by removing the tension pin and adjusting it. Reinsert the pin then check the tension by opening and closing the door.
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1. Remove the tension pin located on the side of cylinder on the spring-loaded door hinge using needle-nosed pliers. 2. Insert the end of a hex wrench into the small round hole at
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I would return those and search hardware sites to find an exact match. If you don't want to go that route, then you have to get wooden dowels (Home Depot carries them) and fill the
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Harbor Freight has the tool for $3.99. I just bought one last Friday and replaced my hinge pins this weekend on my 2000 Chevy Blazer. You have to get that tool. Online they are $15.00
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