I have an indoor sauna -- not a hot-tub -- just a warm, wood-panel
room, rocks, steam (we don't use the steam).
Door to sauna is a typical household door, except it has a veneer of
redwood over the inside to match the sauna wood. So, it's a bit
heavy. Has been in place since the house was built in 1970.
Hinges were pretty rusty, but we put up with them for about 12 year.
But last summer, wife complained. I replaced hinges. Now, the door
doesn't really close.
It is held in place by a magnetic catch. But since replacing the
hinges (brand-new), the catch does not hold the door closed and said
door "springs" open about 2 inches or so.
Almost like the hinges are sprung. Is this possible? I could replace
them, I guess, but they are brand-new and the door is heavy and is a
pain to deal with.
What's the thought?