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How to replace your letterbox

If your letterbox is broken or damaged, it is your responsibility gets a replacement letterbox. You must make sure that your letterbox is fire and smoke retardant when choosing your replacement box. Take a look at our video to learn more about how to replace your letterbox.

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*How to replace your letterbox *

*For Health and Safety in this video are designed to HELP YOU. If you do not feel confident or able to complete the repair safely, please seek further help and advice.*

*Warning, Please be careful when replacing any letterboxes in fore doors as these will be smoke and fire retardant installations. For more information please contact your local hardware supplier.*

“Hi, I’m here today to show you how to change you letter box, if your current ones broken or damaged, this is your responsibility but this is what you need to do.”

“Firstly you need to lift up the flap on the inside of the letterbox and remove the two screws, once you’ve done this you need to open the door and remove the letterbox like so, the best way to get your new letterbox is to take your old one into your local hardware store, making sure that the insider measurements are small enough to fit inside the hole in the door and the outsider measurements are big enough to cover the hole in the door, once you’ve got your letterbox you need to put it into place like so, then you need to hold the outside of the letterbox in place while you put the screws on the inside of the letterbox.”

*To watch more ‘How to…’ videos, visit www.Bromford.co.uk*