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    Posted: 05 Feb 2020 at 11:30am
Left the door open and slide pushed bathroom wall lose from floor. Need advice on how to secure it back properly. Thank you, Mike S

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My suggestion is to determine where you want to re-anchor the wall (from the bathroom side of the wall) then drill a 1/4 -3/8 inch hole as close to the base of the wall as you can (but above the sill plate), then using a long screw bit insert it and the screw into the hole and screw it through the sill plate back into the floor.  You can install a small piece of base trim to cover the hole, or you can simply install a plastic hole cover close the the same color.
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The wall and bathroom door are not attached to the floor and the wall paneling is separated too. What can i do to make it all solid again? And thanks for the previous advice.
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It might help everyone understand what the problem is if you were to post some fotos of the problem from several different angles.  I'm sure that once folks can see what the scope of the separation is, you'll get some very good suggestions.
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Not quite sure how the wall would remain in place if it were not attached to the floor.......On the paneling separation, any wood glue and clamps shoould take care of that problem.  (Brush the glue on both surfaces with a small brush and clamp.)
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Thank you. Wall is still attached to floor. Got clamps and glue and will get it done!
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