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  1. My son had a door fitted by a local tradesman. It is four panel timber internal door. It has split at one end allowing the side timber to move about 1" away from the rest of the frame at one end only. I have some frame cramps and will try and glue it back in place. I need a really strong glue that will withstand temperature changes because the room is over the garage and not used much in winter. I think regular evo-stick will not be enough. What is Gorilla glue. ? I can leave it clamped up for three days. The fitter claims that it is due to lack of heating in the winter. We think that it is
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