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Old 04-15-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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MH rear bathroom mirror fell down!

Luckily it didn't break but it sliced the vinyl on the toilet seat. So I'm examining the design, and it's kind of screwy. The mirror sits on a piece of thin plywood that is hinged on each end, with thumb nuts behind the wood that can tighten it in the "up" position . Why would it be hinged so that it opens "up" and be allowed to be tightened in that position? Under the wood is a flat wall. I'll be using mastic to reglue it back to the wood unless I find out that it shouldn't even be there.
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