Hinges themselves tend not to break, but if they do, you can simply replace them. What is more likely is that the hinge plate will loosen through wear and tear. If this happens, reattach the hinge above or below its existing position.
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Use a 32 mm hinge-cutting bit to drill out the recess for the new hinge position. Take care not to drill too deeply.
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