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Chiseling out for the hinges
Holding the A horizontal framing member above the door/window opening. steady
The new door was turned on edge and held steady between two blocks of Timber, lumber. The hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees which were clamped to another piece of wood.
An indent was made around the hinge outline mark with a sharp chisel.
The depth of the indent was the same as the thickness of the hinge.Chiseling out the hinge area
The hinge area was chiseled out with a sharp chisel.
The depth of the area chiseled out was the same as the thickness of the hinge.
Once the hinge areas were chiseled out, one side of each of the hinges was screwed in place. The other side of the hinges were still in the The frame in which a door or window sits. The top and two sides of a door or window frame that contact the door or sash. A vertical member at the side of a window frame, or the horizontal member at the top of the window frame, as in head jamb.; they never had to be taken off.