Locker doors

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  1. MikeandCarolyn

    MikeandCarolyn Read Only Funster

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    We will need to replace a locker door before too long due to fair wear and tear.
    Are locker doors standard sizes,or will we have to go to the manufacturer-in our case LMC ?

    Mike.
     
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    I suppose it depends on what you want. If you were looking for an exact match then I would think that would be difficult. Probably be cheaper and more realistic to get yourself a good chippy to knock something up...

    (you do mean inside lockers dont you?)
     
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    nope-outside-plasticcy things . Mike
     
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    Oh come on Mike, give us more of a clue :Rofl1:

    are they beany boxes or the doors?

    which ones?

    I repaired a door on my last CI looked alright although a tough job, might be tough finding a complete replica?
     
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    I'll show you next Thurs :BigGrin: It's my main locker outside door-about 3ft long and 18" deep.It's disintegrating where the hinges are.
    Mike
     
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    have a look on the locker door and frame there is possibly a stamp with make and size on it , i have just replaced one of mine ( a thetford #5 lockerdoor ).
    its a straight forward job , unscrew frame and remove, all the old mastic has to come off .i found that an old credit card and white spirit did the the job, carefully remove the panel in the door as you put this in the new door, you can use nonsetting mastic in a tube or buy the tape , #5 door was about £75 and mastic in a tube £2.99 and a couple of hours to do the job

    most caravan shops sell the doors and mastic
     
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    snap lol-I woke up thinking just that this morn :BigGrin: It's a Thetford 6 £175ish:cry:

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    Ok now its easy to explain:Wink:

    If its a straight forward Exterior Toilet Door :Doh: then no problem, try Olearys :thumb:

    I was reading it as a garage locker or beanie box, not something normal :Doh::Doh:
     
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