Thanks Ellen for the WM big bumper idea. Depending upon how successful the repair is, that might be a perfect solution. I'll do a search but what I'm thinking now is to either 1) remove the window and see if the interior of the door can be accessed to push the crack out, or 2) drill a small hole(s) and insert a angled wire to pull the cracked sections back out to their closed and uptight positions for gluing and patching.
Other threads on this issue:
Door Damage: http://www.casitaclu...showtopic=14495
How To Repair Door Damage: http://www.casitaclu...mp;#entry118178
From the above link, Larry LBJ provided this repair procedure:
"You can repair the door by sealing the cracks with an epoxy paste (epoxy mixed with micro-balloons), wet sand smooth, and then apply a coat of white gelcoat mixed with a few drops of hardener. Place a sheet of wax paper over the repair and smooth with a plastic putty knife. Lightly wet sand after fully cured and then finish with white buffing compound. Materials are available at marine supply stores. You can also buy a small fiberglass repair kit that comes with epoxy, micro balloons, and fiberglass tape."
Edited by Patrick M., 08 July 2010 - 06:50 AM.