On Sun, 11 Apr 2004 20:45:38 GMT, "Frank McVey"
|Art's fix should work well, since the tenon seems to be in pretty good
|An alternative fix, assuming there's enough meat in the tenoned member,
|would be to remove the tenon entirely and cut a corresponding mortice (or a
|bridle joint), then use a loose tenon between the two mortices. This is
|quite a common fix when the tenon has actually broken or is so chewed up
|with nail and screw holes that it's become weak.
Might be tough since it's an angled tenon.