Re: Align French Doors
Before trying to do anything, make sure the hinge screws are all tight, from top to bottom. Many times screws become loose or strip out allowing the door to sag a bit. Another trick is to remove one of the jamb side screws and install a longer screw that will reach into the framing behind the jamb. This one screw will often times pull the jamb tighter to the framing just enough to cure your problem without causing any warp, tweak, or other alignment issue with the jamb and door.
Do not try to set the hinges deeper, you'll cause the back of the door to bind with the hinges and jamb and the doors won't close at all.
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