Re: Screw Blocking hole
Fri Aug 4, 2017 12:08am
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  • Screw Blocking hole gsdoby, Wed Jul 26 8:39pm
    I doing a set a lace cane chairs and have run across a problem. The back legs of the chair are fastened to the seat frame with a large wood screw. On 4 of the 6 chairs in the set the one of the... more
    • screw blocking hole ediezalas, Sat Sep 23 10:13am
      Edie in Indiana I am about to start a Hoffman Prague chair and I am seeing the same problem with 2 of the screws going through 2 holes. I have encountered this once before but there was still enough... more
    • Re: Screw Blocking hole The Wicker Woman®--Cathryn, Fri Aug 4 12:08am
    • Re: Screw Blocking Hole Mr. Stafford, Thu Aug 3 10:55am
      Hello, I'm new to the forum also. It sounds like that screw was either put in as an attempt to tighten a loose chair or possibly the original shorter screw was lost and a longer one was put in its... more
      • Screw nail in seat Donald Robins, Sat Aug 5 6:57am
        Welcome from Canada, Often this does happen and I simply remove the screw nail and re-angle it through the same hole into the wood so it goes into the seat between the holes. All the old chairs were... more
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