We have a 2016 Sequoia 38GKS and ended up making a terrible mistake today. While closing the bedroom slide the bedroom door was not completely closed and it got caught while the slide was closing. As a result, the slide forced the door to pull the hinges out of the door jamb and ruined the woodwork for that door jamb.
It looks like the only thing that was damaged is the rustic cherry wood door jamb (I think it is rustic cherry anyway) and the hinges are bent.
It looks like there are 3 screws that hold that door jamb in place. I am assuming that those screws can be removed and the door jamb can then be taken out.
Is it possible to order a new door jamb or does that woodwork have to be custom made? It isn't just a flat piece of wood. It has some curvature to it such that when the door is closed, the curved part and the door meet so to avoid any gaps. I also need to replace the bent door hinges.