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Old 04-30-2017, 08:20 AM   #1
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I have a 2007 39S Discovery. The shower door is dragging on the lower left hand corner (door handle and lock on left side - door opens to right.) I have examined the door and assembly intently and do not see any screws or nuts on the upper hinge pin. How can the door be adjusted or even removed. Does it require a complete removal the two sides of the stall? Still workable but out of square and annoying. Thx.
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Old 05-01-2017, 09:52 AM   #2
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I have a 2007 discovery 39S. The shower door drags. I would like to take door framing apart to make an adjustment. Does anyone else have this problem? And can you give me guidance on how to get door out?
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Old 05-02-2017, 05:13 AM   #3
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Is the hinge perhaps a press fit and the pin can be driven out?
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Old 05-02-2017, 02:38 PM   #4
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Ran similar problem on mine, but you could see a nut on top and bottom of pivot pin. Turned out someone had replaced the bottom pin with a screw instead of original hardware, and I think the wrong height of nylon spacer. I've got new parts inbound hope that will fix it.

You might try taking a couple pics of top and bottom, maybe someone here will see something you're missing?
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Probably unlikely your doors are the same, but I just got these parts in for mine, here's the PN's if by chance they are the same thing you're needing..
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idoxlr8 and mojoracing; Thanks for your responses. I will look a little closer and see if your solutions help. I have looked at the pivot pin on the top and it does not have a slot, phillips head, star head, nor does it look like a bolt head. It is round. It likely may be able to tap out, but then there is the re-insertion with little head room between frame and ceiling.
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If it is like mine, there are small screws on the bottom of the doors, inside the shower, that hold in plastic keepers that keep the bottom secured in the track.

The drag on mine was not that, however, it was a plastic seal on the side of the door that had come loose causing the drag.
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