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Old 07-07-2002, 11:19 PM   #1
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Door and cabinet knobs

Most of you with the new Safaris know that the pop up knob on drawers and cabinets are pretty nice. One thing to consider though is that one will eventually break. I thought about that while up at Jackson Center last year and noted that they sold replacement mechanisms that are the lock and latch without the knob (the knob screws onto the latch assembly).

I think the cost was $5 or so and I bought a couple. Think about what you will do if one of those latches breaks while you are out on the road. My fix would have been duct tape with the pain of cleaning the adhesive off the cabinet door.

Bottom line these things don't cost much and since almost every cabinet and door uses these, why not give yourself some peace of mind and have a couple in reserve.

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