Garage Door Adjustment for Wind Damage

hammeringhankJune 24, 2009

This "old school" garage door does not have an electric door opener. It is opened and closed by hand. A gust of wind blew the door on a box and now the door doesn't close all the way unless I push in the bottem outside left corner with my foot or knee and then it will. The bottom left corner is about 1/2 inch lower than the right, after the wind blew it on the box. I can't see that any brackets have moved. Any ideas I might try? Thanks!

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What type of door is it?

    Bookmark   August 6, 2009 at 2:42PM
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