Door jamb


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Door jamb

The vertical member located on each side of a door.
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21, Jenkins repaired Phillips' door jamb, then returned the next day to fix the drywall and casing and lay down a coat of paint.
The Door Jamb Switch with Boot alerts the operator of any vessel, bus, or off-highway vehicle that a door or hoist is ajar, or that some other component of the vehicle or boat is not in its proper position.
Eliminating the door jamb cut-in on premium finishes by using a metallic primer coat saves $3.
Add up the gross vehicle weight (noted on the door jamb sticker), plus the weight of passengers and gear you expect to haul.
Niles contends that such architectural devices as a triple door jamb, the inclusion of massive and open great halls, and an overall orientation toward a main plaza and modified natural sites, such as artificial lakes and terraces, represents a "radical re-visioning" of Inca architecture.
Finally, hold the lock striker plate over the two mortices, mark the outline of the plate on the door jamb with a pencil, and cut a recess for the plate.
This proposed AD would require inspection(s) to detect cracks of the door jamb corners and follow-on actions.
Precise clearance also helps to disguise the evidence of a portal; the trim by the door jamb is beveled to make the seam fit tight when the door is closed.
Make sure the pressure is set at the manufacturer's specification - which is typically found on the placard along the door jamb.
To find the right tire pressure for your vehicle, seek out the owner's manual or look on the sticker typically located on the driver's-side door jamb, Sues said.
Jamb Guard can be adjusted to fit any sized door jamb, eliminating the need to order multiple products.
Zang later said he thought someone was trying to break in and fired a single shot from a small-caliber handgun that hit the door jamb.