Barn doors for closets usually open outwards on hinges and slide to the left and right of the closet, sliding on a metal guide on the ceiling. If your folding door does not work or close properly, look for common problems such as a guide bar that has jumped the tracks, or an obstacle blocks movement of the door from inside the cabinet which may not be able to see the problem. Quick adjustments with a screwdriver can also restore its doors to working conditions.
Open barn doors for closets as much as possible to look inside the cabinet and check for items that may be locking the doors and prevents them from bending. A stuck behind the door shoe can cause blockage, for example. Apply lubricant on the barn doors for closets and the metal guide on the ceiling.
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Slide a flat blade screwdriver on the metal pole with spring above the barn doors for closets. Push down with the screwdriver to release the pole track on the roof so that the door can be opened to inspect the track and realign the door.
Remove the metal post on the top edge of the door with their claws. Insert a new post with spring in the hole in the door, then press the end of the pole and guide track. Release the post and opened in the track. Loosen the screw on the track stands in right and left upper corners. Slide the bracket on the track until it is flush against the wall and turn the screw to secure the bracket.
Push the door lock. When the track supports are positioned correctly, the doors open and fold together gently without shock or scraping metal runners track.