shower door railA sliding shower door can really only cause one problem…it doesn’t slide anymore. For the most part, these doors operate without problems.

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It may have been that someone in the shower bumped the door, or even lifted slightly instead of just pushing the door to the side, but either way, you need to get the rollers back onto the track. It may be as fast as lifting the door back on the rail, but they can be a little fussy.

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You will need to lift the door enough to clear the plastic door divider at the bottom.  When the bottom of the door clears the divider, swing the bottom of the door out and lift the door up into the head rail. Then set the rollers on the track inside the rail. When you let the door down, make sure it rests back inside the divider. This may be all that is needed to fix the problem.

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If that doesn’t work, you may need to either adjust the rollers or even replace them if they are damaged.

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Adjusting the rollers is a matter of removing the door (follow the above steps) and loosening the screw(s) that hold the roller in place. The adjustment screw will ride in a slot that allows you to move the rollers up or down. If the door drags on the bottom, move the rollers downward to left the door higher. If the rollers are damaged, take one with you to get the right match.

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