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Wood Garage door has a lower panel that is rotted to the point where the particle board is crumbling away and now there is a 4" wide X 2" high hole. The panel is raised with a decorative trim and replacement wood panels can not be found. Was thinking of nailing a thin backing board behind the panel on the inside side of the door and filling damaged area from the front with a paintable caulk smoothed out like dryway mud. Any other ideas? I don't want to replace the whole door which will cost about $1500 as its a double sized garage door.

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