screen door track brocken (wheels)

Old 04-26-03, 08:14 AM
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screen door track brocken (wheels)

Scren door will not stay on the track, I think wheel is broken.
Old 04-28-03, 06:16 AM
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Last edited by twelvepole; 08-10-03 at 03:15 PM.
Old 04-28-03, 01:03 PM
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Or simply find the broken roller (if that is what the problem is) and take it to a local glass shop. They can get you an exact replacement and have you on your way in about 10 minutes. If you can figure out how to get the roller out of the frame, take the entire door with you. They can pop a new roller in in less than 1/2 hour. (For a nominal fee, of course!)

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