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How to Adjust Spring Hinges on Doors?

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Adjusting a spring door hinge isn't hard, but it does take a few steps. With the door closed, you need to insert a tension lever in the right hand hole. Rotate that lever tool to the left and place a pin in the hole on the right of it. Release the lever until the pin touches the right hand side of the adjustment slot. Continue to repeat until the door closes the way you want. You may also have the hex head type springs. With that type of hinge you use a hex key in the top of the hinge to adjust with instead of the tension lever, but the process otherwise is almost identical.
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