There are 3 or 4 screws in each door hinge. remove the short screws closest to the center of the wall (the outer two are just lined up with the edge of the 1/2 drywall, so it won't do any good to screw the 3" screws in there - they can't bite into drywall...) put the 3" screw in the holes and drive it into the stud. You need to use a lot of pressure when you are driving the screw home, because you are trying to move the whole jamb, hinge and door sideways approx 1/8". Note: usually there is a 1/4" space between the door jamb and the stud (rough opening), if the door was installed with the hinge side directly against a stud or there are shims directy behind the top hinge - you are screwed, the installer of the door needs to be shot at (with the nail gun at a range of approx 50'-100' while wearing safety glasses of course - him not you..). He's a framer anyway and can't do finish carpentry work - he is not capable of doing a proper job of it and should stick with what he knows...your only option at that point would be to hire a finish/interior trim carpener to creativley solve the issue. Wow! I'm out of breath on that one...(I've got a lot of framing buddies by the way, I don't hate them nor envy them. In fact I'm a framer and can run circles around them framing because I'm a finish carpenter, Ha!)
P.S all this was to avoid planing and repainting the edge of your door - I'm trying to save you money and money make the...whatever
Late...it and turn the handle but it's still stuck? If you can then it's probably hung up on the strike plate. Insert a flat bladed screwdriver between the door and the frame just above the latch in the door. This should spread the frame just enough to get the door open. If this works, just set the strike plate a little deeper into the frame.
If you can't unlock the handle, remove the knobs and you can open it with a flat bladed screwdriver where the handle goes through the barrel of the lock.
Latch stuck in locked position? Electric "pull down" not working?
You can not close any door if the locking mechanism is stuck in the locked position. You must first get the mechanics to unlock.
Flasher stuck in closed position defective switch
If the armrest on a 1992 Suburban is in the locked position and will not unlock, check for a foreign object that might be stuck in the hinge. Sometimes the armrest can lock if the bolt holding it on is too tight.
With the key stuck in the accessory position the steering wheel is locked and the gearshift is locked in the park position. Perhaps you should consider having a locksmith change the key cylinder where it is, or else have it towed to the garage.
If your main gas valve is stuck in the closed position, it must be replaced. This condition is the reason your thermostat will not cause the main burners to light.
erg valve stuck in closed position
Check my answer for 1985 380se with the same problem. Steven
compressor contactor is bad. probably stuck in the closed position.
The valve has failed.The valve has failed.
Sounds like it's stuck in the closed position
1. water pump failure 2. thermostat stuck in the closed position.
Normal operation to cool engine Relay stuck in closed position?
If one back wheel has locked up I don't think the abs has anything to do with it. You may have a stuck/locked up parking brake cable or a stuck/locked up brake caliper.
Stuck closed, you cannot. Stuck open, you are foolish
the one possibility that i can think of is that your thermostat is stuck in the closed position not allowing the water to circulate threw the engine
Short to power in the horn circuit, relay stuck in the closed position, stuck horn switch.
The fuel float may be stuck in the closed position. Or, the carburetor needle valve may be closed.
I bought this car two weeks ago, now the seat belt is stuck in the full retracted position. Can this be released without damage?
Possible causes: low coolant level; thermostat stuck in the closed position; faulty water pump.
P1449- Evap emission system vent shut off valve (stuck in closed position)
If it was stuck closed the engine would overheat soon after starting up, probably within 10 minutes.
Overheating if stuck closed, no engine heat if stuck open.
The car's thermostat is bad and not working. Most likely the thermostat is stuck open. Thermostats are heat sensitive valves that open and close. If stuck in the open position the car never warms up. If stuck in the closed position it will over heat. http://auto.howstuffworks.com/cooling-system8.htm