We don't have any problem with our cabinet doors staying closed, but I can't find the replacement hardware that will hold our upper sliding cupboard doors closed.
First, the cabinet doors - they stay closed without latches!
I had to replace all the cabinet doors on our Trillium
4500. In the process, I bought new, more-modern-looking hardware. The new hinges look just like the old ones, except for the color. However, I can't remember if the old hinges were like this, but the new ones have a plastic insert which acts as a spring which makes the door finish closing itself, once you get to a certain point. I couldn't find latches that matched the new hinges, so I just got matching handles (no latch). I was planning to use just a handle and magnets (somehow) instead of latches. Well, so far we haven't needed anything more than those spring-loaded hinges to hold the doors closed while traveling.
Now, the upper cupboard doors - stuff is flying around inside our camper!
The problem we do
have (and I hope I can get a little help here!
) is that the sliding doors on the upper shelving at the front and back of the camper won't stay closed. They slide open while traveling, during turns (I assume) and random items come flying out. There are supposed to be little spring-loaded stops/pins that you have to depress in order to slide the doors open. We're missing all but one of those stops. Does anybody here know of a source for these little spring-loaded stops? Or, at least what they are properly called. Googling "spring-loaded cupboard door stops" doesn't get me anywhere.