We've got a 1996 Four winds class C that we purchased used. The cabinet doors on 3 of the (dining) storage cabinets are "broken" - for the most part the little inside hinge arms have managed to come out of the wall, leaving a hole where the screw would go. They are the type of doors that open "up" vs side to side. Among other things, this means that the cabinets tend to come open as we're driving and it also makes it difficult to open them while we're camped to get food, etc. in and out. What can I do to fix this? Put some kind of putty in the holes and try again? Or am I better off getting new doors with side hinges that would be big enough to hide the original top outside hinge holes? Do they even make those for Class Cs? My 2 largest storage drawers - under the stove and under the fridge - are on rails. However, the drawers keep coming off the rails, I think because the rails don't have anything to keep them in place? Any ideas here? I'm not the most mechanical (and DH definitely is not mechanical at all) but I can follow simple stuff. Any suggestions are welcomed!