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Old 08-26-2011, 09:38 PM   #1
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Pocket Door is off the track

We have an 8316 and the bedroom pocket door came off the track... Not on the front , but the at the back of the door inside the pocket.

Any idea how to fix this? Where do I start?

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Old 08-26-2011, 09:52 PM   #2
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Up on top of te door, there is a white tab, where the rod holds the door up. You need to push this, to release the door. (It may only show on one side, and could be either side. You may also want to remove the trim board for easier access). Once released, take the door out. Now with the door out, make sure both tabs are open. You can reach your arm in and get both rods, and put them in the door opening. Put the door back in, raise it up till the rod is engaged, and then snap the little bracket shut. Might want a helper for this. Don't have pictures as I don't have pocket doors, I just work on them.
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