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Old 09-03-2020, 11:58 AM   #15
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Thanks everyone for your input and help solving the problem! Job is done and works like a charm! I did use 1 1/2Ē stainless steel screws as my unit didnít give me access to the slide floor. I did find it much easier to use a floor jack and wood to raise the slide slightly to insert the metal.
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Be sure no screws are in the path of the rollers, as it will not open then. Trust me I know. No screws at all.
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Be sure no screws are in the path of the rollers, as it will not open then. Trust me I know. No screws at all.


Thanks Chuck! Going by everyoneís measurements I ran into that issue on the middle panel as that block is twice the length which I didnít realize. Itís glued with 2 screws at the outside edge.
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