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- ItemToilet Partition
- TypeSingle Compartment
- Material of ConstructionBaked Enamel
- Color/FinishAlmond/Powder Coat
- Fastener TypeTheft Resistant
- Mounting TypeFloor Anchored Overhead Braced
- IncludesMounting Hardware
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This question is a bit vague, is this a new installation or an older existing one.If it is a new one and it is Global Partitions product you are likely missing some hardware, if it is an old instalation your hinges are worn out. That being said the first issue is, who's bathromm partition is it there are a bunch of Bathroom partition MFG's so there is "NO UNIVERSAL HINGE KIT". Every company has their own hinges, so it is likly if it is not a Global Steel partitions our hardware will not fit.
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