Broken part on UPVC French Door

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  1. nellymcl

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    Hi all.
    A part has broken off my french door and now I can see daylight through it. Its just a small bit at the bottom but I will need to get it fixed. Any thoughts? The photos show the bottom of the door and the broken part is just an extension of the part on the RHS of the photos 20200710_153128.jpg 20200710_153214.jpg
     

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  2. sircerebus666

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    Have you still got the broken off part? If so stick it back on with epoxy glue for plastic
     
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    Unfortunately it was put in the bin before we realised what it was (n)
     
  5. ronniecabers

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    To get an exact piece you will need to know the profile, and then its if its even made anymore , my suggestion , stick a bit of white trim to extend it
     
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    Thanks. I will try a bit if trunking cover to cover it.
     
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