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Old 01-20-2014, 12:52 PM   #1
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Neptune Shower door Problem

Hi Everyone

I have a problem with my shower door.

It is the 3 door slider type.

The inside panel has dis-engaged from the roller that allows the door to slide along the rail. This is just on one side. The door drop down on one end and then is very hard to slide and it does not ride properly in the bottom rail.

It also leaves a large gap at the bottom when one take a shower and a lot of water can pass out to the floor.

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Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. It is impossible in getting the screw and the roller re-attached.

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Bill & Arlene - I'm having this same issue, after 2 years did you figure it out? Thanks.
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Sorry I can not help you. I no longer own the Neptune. After spending a great amount of money making this unit safe to drive, ( ie. trailing arms, Ride enhancement kit, Residential Refrigerator, slide out issues, tires and mucho bucks just on maintenance, we decided to get rid of the Neptune. We down sized to a new Forest River Sunseeker Mercedes Benz Unit about 1 year ago. Just got tired of driving the large unit and spending a lot of money just to park it on my property

As for the shower door, all I did was take the whole thing out of the unit and went ahead with a shower curtain system. This was not an ideal solution but we survived with it. The curtain was a pain because you had to make sure that the bottom stayed in the pan. What we really ended up doing was taking showers mostly at camp ground facilities. When we traded the Neptune, I gave the dealer all the glass doors and the hardware involved and he said that he would return it back to the original condition. What he did is not available to me.

So sorry again. Good luck with you issue
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I'm not familiar with your particular shower door set up, but I would think you could remove the bottom guide and lift up on each shower door to remove it from the track. Once you've done that, I would think you could find the rollers either at Home depot or google it and find an exact match from a RV supplier.
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Thanks for all the encouragement, I was able to getter back together w/ a little patience and of course - the right tool! Take care.
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