Re: Interrior Door Issue
Hinges have to be perfectly aligned for a door to work properly. As dj1 suggests, checking out a prehung door at the home center may help you to understand the orientation of each hinge not only to the door slab itself, but also to the jamb and to each other.
You should be able to draw a straight line through the hinge pins. The hinge needs to be back-spaced enough so as not to bind against the door stop (trim through the centerline of the jamb. The surface of the hinge should be flush with the surface of both the door and the jamb surfaces.
Again, by looking at how the original hinges were set on the door and looking at a prehung triple hinge door you will probably be able to figure it out.
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