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Old 07-12-2015, 01:09 AM   #1
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how to repair a sliding bedroom door

how to repair a sliding bedroom door on an Itasca Ellipse, one of the screws has come out of one of the rollers and i would like to know best how to access, remove and replace the door, Any help woud be appreciated
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These doors are just like the ones you can get from (HD) Home Depot, and all the parts from there also.

If you have no other publications on your coach that shows you the build up of these items, I'm sure you can find a good instructional manual at (HD) that may include other possible projects you need to tackle in the future.

Just be cognizant that not all construction techniques that apply to regular home projects, apply to RV projects.

Hope that helps
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The header trim probably has to be removed along with a bottom guide .That should allow the door to swing and be lifted off the track.
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My motorhome sliding door has a little clip you slide over then door drops off stud on roller. dave
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My motorhome sliding door has a little clip you slide over then door drops off stud on roller. dave
Ours too. Get the door out of the way and you can access the rest.
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