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Old 25-07-2013, 02:23   #1
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Recognize this door catch?

Its a kind of spring-loaded push-button door catch, fitted to my molded FRP cupboard doors. Trying to find a direct replacement instead of a perpetual search for something else that fits...
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Old 25-07-2013, 05:15   #2
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Re: Recognize this door catch?

I would also like to know i have a few broken springs on my cuboards
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I would also like to know i have a few broken springs on my cuboards
Many captive ball type latches have a threaded ring surrounding the ball that keeps the ball and spring in place. You should be able to remove that and simply replace the spring.

To the OP, sorry, I have never seen anything like that. What make, model and year of boat?
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To the OP, sorry, I have never seen anything like that. What make, model and year of boat?

Its a Riviera 33' flybridge cruiser, 1996. I might be stuck...
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