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Old 06-09-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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Mainship 400 2003 Starboard door latch hardware

The latch mechanism on the down station door is nonoperational. I found that the piece that grabs the door frame is bent up pretty good. Not sure I can repair it. Anybody know where to get the replacement hardware for the door?

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Can you post a photo of it? Always helps and then people other than MS 400 owners may be able to help too.
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You make a good point but sadly not until next weekend.
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That is what is nice about docking your boat at home.
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The latch mechanism on the down station door is nonoperational. I found that the piece that grabs the door frame is bent up pretty good. Not sure I can repair it. Anybody know where to get the replacement hardware for the door?

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Are you referring to the door to the cabin? Do you have the swinging double doors or is it a slider?

This thread might help: door latch
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I am referring to the starboard side sliding door next to the down station
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Ah, gotcha. Can't help there.
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