Make it a Nimbus 2000 or a Firebolt.
I had propped a roof batten measured to size between the inner door handle and the floor. As long as you don't perform a roundhouse kick on it, the batten should do the job.
Once again, heed my advice and steer clear of the no-name clones unless you are of the curious kind like me who doesn't mind wasting time and money.
Here's a link to a PDF of Stabilus with contact informations: http://www.stabilus.com/fileadmin/downl ... _EN_03.pdf
You might risk damaging some parts of the door or the body - remember, that door is heavy, and applying direct pressure to this area doesn't sound like a good idea to me.MrAl wrote: ↑Wed Dec 20, 2017 4:25 amI also cant help but wonder if we could just stick something in the hole when the door is open, where the curved part enters the body. Looks like a dowel or something might jam up the mechanism and keep the door open. That would take maybe a 6 inch dowel, possibly with the body of the dowel partly whittled down into a long 'cone' shape. Sort of like how a house door wedge keeps a door open.
Any ideas on this?