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Old 10-25-2013, 01:45 PM   #1
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45 crack in drywall


I have a small drywall crack running 45 up from the corner of a bedroom door opposite the hinges. The door is jamming slightly and has been for most of the summer/fall. It has not shown any sign of changing. There is a floor jack in the basement below the hinge side of the door. Can I adjust this, and if so which way do I go with it, to close up the crack and make the door easier to open?


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