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I think we should thank Pelican Parts for this great web site. I usually find the answer to my questions here. Just today, I noticed the es-cushion on my one door lock was moving in and out as the key was turned. I did a search on here, discovered that if you remove the rubber grommet on the side of the door, there is an allen screw that tightens it down. Took me all of five minutes to fix it.

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I think we should thank Pelican Parts for this great web site. I usually find the answer to my questions here. Just today, I noticed the es-cushion on my one door lock was moving in and out as the key was turned. I did a search on here, discovered that if you remove the rubber grommet on the side of the door, there is an allen screw that tightens it down. Took me all of five minutes to fix it.

Thanks to all who contribute!

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