Hinges

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  1. Linda and Steph

    Linda and Steph Funster

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    Hi folks, does anybody know where I can get some of these from - I've searches the net without success :Sad:
     

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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    When I needed to replace a (different) hinge I was able to get one from Marcle Leisure - see Here.
     
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    If it is just the pin broken, drill it out or knock it out and fit a new pin

    Peter
     
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    It only looks bent to me /maybe seized up ?- bend it back (shut door use block of wood and big hammer)and lubricate :BigGrin: If you want a new one O'Leary's have them (see Jim's link )
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    Thanks for all the advice folks. This is one of the better hinges - I have three broken and another on the way out :Eeek:. I've emailed O'Leary's to see if they can help.
     
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    these are bad design hinges that always seem to seize, they need frequent lubrication. a seized hinge can be released by immersion in a bath of vinegar for a few days. build a plasticine dam around the pin to pour vinegar into. once free rinse in fresh water thoroughly then oil
     
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    Hi you may be better phoning O'Ls And sending the pic :thumb:
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