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Old 06-16-2021, 11:20 PM   #1
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Shower Door Adjustment?

Hi all. I tried a search here but gave up lol. We have a '15 250 RLSW Windriver. It's the one with a curved shower in bathroom. So, as the doors open opposite each other they open to the back side of shower. Since the doors seem slightly low, they ride up onto the shower base lip at the back, but just barely. Enough too start gouging the plastic! The doors have 2 rollers on the bottom and 2 on the top. All with screws that seem to allow adjustment but I couldn't seem to get them to adjust? Anyone with any past experience with this? Sorry. I know pics would help but I didn't take any yet. If I have time I will post some tomorrow.
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Nobody?? I can't believe it lol. Anyways, I posted a couple of pics.

So there is no freakin way I can turn that pic around. It's embarrassing. But I need to show you my door. So, out of desperation in not getting the door adjusted, I made a bit of a door stop out of silicone. You can see it a bit on the left in the pic of the bottom of the door. That area already had a small bit of damage from the door rubbing so I had to seal it up so it wouldn't leak. I put small blob, a nice blob of silicone there, enough to create a bit of a solid stop for the door. Works well and doesn't look to bad either. Best thing is, it's not permanent. I can always remove or redo any time....it's just silicone! Maybe a comment or two now? Don't you guys let me down lol.
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Old 06-17-2021, 10:56 PM   #3
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I had a problem with the glass shower door in my TT. After some research I found it was manufactured by SEA (Shower Enclosures of America). Their customer service department was very helpful and sent me the parts diagram and instructions on how to dissemble the doors and replace a wheel that had come lose. Phone number is 800-536-7324. If your door is their product they should be able to help you.
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I'll give them a try. Thx ODH.
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Jimmystoy, I had the same shower assembly in our Glacier Peak. At one point, the doors were slightly out of alignment and needed to be adjusted so they would fully close. I found there are screws at the top of each door that can be adjusted for height and positioning. I think you'll find the same. I was searching for screws at the bottom, which to me seemed logical, but nope, it's at the top rollers, affecting how the doors are hung.
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