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207 viewsPrevious owners ran door knob into the plaster behind small bedroom door.
I 'repaired' the wall with a special locked door made out of plywood with a
steel tubing frame incorporating the old 'bank vault' locking pin system.
144 viewsAlthough the door was never 'finished', it was never questioned and I
stored my RealDoll, 'Heather', inside for years. Behind the trim at the
bottom of the wall, there is a knot in the plywood.
138 viewsAnd behind the knot...
171 views...there is a lock cylinder which turns a cam.
136 viewsI used a holesaw to remove the knot from another piece of plywood
and transferred it to here. You can see that I never finished gluing.
Now, fifteen years later, I want to finish the whole door to blend in.
127 viewsCam is behind plate at upper left. You can see that I even had the
good idea of adding a small lever to open the door from the inside.
108 viewsAnother view of the cam and one of the long locking pins.
118 viewsShaft and bearing used as hinges to support the heavy door.
104 viewsTop shaft and bearing hinge. Should probably have used something
stronger than a 2x4 as an insert for the bearing, but it works.
167 views'Dead space' behind wall goes back about seven feet. Heather sat
on a chair most of the time, which caused her hips to tear open.
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