Sliding Panel Closet Doors Design

Aug 3rd

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Replacing sliding panel closet doors or make repairs to the upper rail requires obtaining the cabinet doors from the slide rails. The slide rails are tracks that have the upper rollers of each sliding panel. At the bottom of the opening is a guide floor with two channels. The floor guide maintains the level of the door through the door opening. Get the cabinet doors sliding rails requires removing the floor guide at the bottom. Both panels are disconnected in the same way.

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Slide both panels of the cabinet door aside. This allows you to access the guide remove ground floor. Remove the screws holding the floor guides with a Phillips screwdriver. The screw is on the outer edge of the floor guides on both sides. Slide the floor guide outside the door panels. Slide the outer panel midway through the opening. Take the panel on both sides. Rotate the bottom of the sliding panel closet doors towards you.

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