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Old 06-08-2017, 10:07 PM   #1
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Oh my goodness! I just took down the cornice board above the front door of my 2004 Jay Flight. There s a big gap between the top of the door frame and wall! Am. Gonna have to put it back on?
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Old 06-09-2017, 05:33 AM   #2
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I'm not sure what you are talking about. Did you remove the trim around the entry door? Why did you remove it?
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I'm pretty sure that's why it's there. To hide the gap. I'd put it back.
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I'd really like a pic above the front door. Thanks!
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Why did you take the molding off?
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Updating and changing paint color. Took down all cornices
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That sounds like a big project. Have fun.
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Oh my goodness! I just took down the cornice board above the front door of my 2004 Jay Flight. There s a big gap between the top of the door frame and wall! Am. Gonna have to put it back on?
Expanding Foam is your friend. It could add insulation and a little more stability to the door.
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Excellent!
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What an excellent idea!
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