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Old 09-17-2018, 12:47 PM   #1
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Shower door hinge pins.

The upper shower door hinge pin does not reach high enough into the upper casement to hold the door in place. I don’t see a way to lower the outer frame and if I raise the glass door, the lower hinge pin comes out. 2015 Flagstaff Classic Soper Lite 831FKBSS
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Old 09-17-2018, 01:37 PM   #2
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If I recall, open the door (fully) stand inside the shower and look for a Phillips screw head on the shower door edge.

By loosening the screw head, the pin can be raised/lowered. That's how they get both pins in (and the door) once the framework is up.
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Thanks, I will give it a try. It doesn’t look like the pins are adjustable, but this may be the answer. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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After trying, the pins don’t appear to be adjustable. The Phillips screws are there, but no way to make adjustments.
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Shower hinge

I had same problem and went to Lowe’s and got a 1/4” nylon washer and put it on bottom pin to raise the height. Hope this helps
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I Will give that a try. Forest river just called from their parts department and wants me to send him some pictures and send them they will send me up for parts if they have them. By the way the Forest River parts department number is 574- 642–8940.
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Just installed the nylon washer on the bottom shower door pin and with a little lube was able to slide the upper pin in place. Great fix so far. Will see how kind the Okla. roads are in a few days. Thank you 2025allen, and thank you again, for your help. Chuck
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