[DML] Re: Re-skinning a door (PJ Grady UK)
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[DML] Re: Re-skinning a door (PJ Grady UK)

The chances are very high that the door will have to come off no matter if it gets repaired OR replaced so all things being equal the R & R doesn't matter. If you do get another door you will have to remove all of the inner parts and reinstall onto the "donor" door so the labor will be a little higher for an R & R. It will be faster though and not require as much skill. I would not figure on finding a local shop qualified to do this. You can try looking for a shop that does custom kitchen equipment or elevator repair. They work with S/S all the time. If this is a driver side door I know of one that may be for sale.
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Tom Tait <TTait@...> wrote:
> Its not dramatic damage, but there are creases going to the edge of the door, where the metal wraps around the inner frame. 


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