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Old 11-17-2014, 03:52 PM   #1
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Adjust A Shower Door - 11/17/14

We have a Ceder Creek Silver Back and the shower door edge opposite the hinge is now dragging on the the frame of the shower. I see no visible adjustment screw on top or bottom of the hinged door. The only approach I can see is taking the shower stall door section apart to gain access to the pivot points and bending the upper pin. Does anybody have an answer to this dilemma? The shower/rig is a 2006 model. Any help is appreciated.


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Old 11-17-2014, 04:08 PM   #2
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Look closely, I suspect you have plastic pins top and bottom held in place by a screw? If so, I had the same problem with my CC. Since I could not find a quick solution I ended up making new pins out of 5/16 diameter nylon. Remove the top and bottom screws that go thru the nylon piece and the door glass will come off with the three frame pieces. BTW mine is a 2005

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Old 11-19-2014, 12:48 PM   #3
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Tried Donn's Approach

Thanks Donn. I started to disassemble the door section and found a threaded pin at the top which was secured by a nylon nut. Nothing I have encountered has been straight forward or easy. One of the 6 sheet metal screws that secured the top brackets was stripped when it was originally put in. I believe I need a different approach to this issue.
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