Originally Posted by Inland RV Center, In
You should see where a "split pin" was inserted about midway in the hinge, that partially went thru the hinge pin. That split pin holds the hinge pin in place, after you tap it in place and then drill a small hole thru it for the split pin.
I received my new hinge pin today (really fast delivery) from Inland RV. I pulled the bottom piece of the old one out, to find that it was definately broken in half, and that is why it had slipped down. When someone had drilled for the split pin, it looks like they drilled way too large a hole, and it wasn't centered, so it cut out about 75% of the hinge pin. I don't know how long it has been in there, broken, but is is obvious that my door has not been hanging properly for a long time. Not sure exactly where I am headed from here, except first to see what size split pins I can get, and to get washers, so that I can get the door to hang level again.
Any suggestions/help would be much appreciated.