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Old 10-05-2015, 04:04 PM   #1
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Has anyone taken apart the shower stall in a country coach magna, is the lower rail just glued in & can anyone help with that question, thanks mitch
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What year Magna for a start?
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2005 is the year, my problem is the upper rail is bent down so when you close the door it try's to jump track & door scrapes on inside of door. so i'm wondering if you have to tear out the whole shower to take apart?
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Here is some information that may help. If you have this type of shower they need to be adjusted at the rollers for height and to match the fixed side when closed. When adjusted they do work better with regards to the lower track.


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cesana shower stall

Thank you so much, I noticed when I was taking apart the shower stall that the vinyl strip on the top of the stall was broken so I think the door roller was falling down when it rolled over it & which would raise the forward roller up there fore causing the door to jump track possibly, I did notice the center top tube was about a 1/4 inch lower in center also so I thought maybe the joints that join the center tube to the side tubes might be broken but didn't appear that way when I got it apart, Can you buy parts for these anywhere? I've did some research & what I found is milusa. Have you had trouble with this? thanks for your help. Ps I am new to this form thing so I hope i'm doing ok. I thinks it hopefully cool so you can help others that have had trouble with things. mitch
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Here is some information that may help. If you have this type of shower they need to be adjusted at the rollers for height and to match the fixed side when closed. When adjusted they do work better with regards to the lower track.


Attachment 108957

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Thanks for the links, I downloaded them since it appears we have that same shower.
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I believe I had the same problem on my shower. I replaced the vinyl roller track at the top of the stall and adjusted the rollers and the problem is solved. I bought the vinyl track from Milusa for a little over $100 if I remember right. They were easy to deal with and will know what you are asking for.

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