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Old 09-01-2014, 04:38 PM   #1
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Freedom Express bedroom sliding doors

We just bought a 233RBS and as there are only two of us and our Pomapoo, Killer, we saw no reason to keep the sliding doors into the bedroom. The TV in the entertainment center spins so you can watch it in bed but only with the doors in the closed position. The question: how do the doors come off the tracks with two rollers (not like the usual one-roller kind on closet doors.

Answer: remove the two screws partially screwed in at the center of the track that stop the doors from touching in the middle, move the doors on the track to allow removal of the floor guides on both sides, release the clips at the top of the doors (below the plastic roller slide) and slide the rollers to the middle of the doors on their tracks, remove the doors one at a time. You may find it helpful to move the mattress from the bed to allow room to move around. You may also wish to remove the valance (3 screws) on the bedroom side.

Now Killer can see us when he is in his crate on the dinette at bedtime and everybody is happy.
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