Sliding glass patio doors use two sets of wheels secured in the base of the door and going through a track on the base of the door frame. Assuming that the wheels are damaged, the door can no more drawn out move easily, frequently hopping the track or getting stayed. Replacing the wheels can tackle the issue, yet requires you to remove the door from the frame. The methodology is basic, however because of the extent of the door, you’ll require an assistant to guarantee safety.
- Hunt down the modest roller wheel adjustment screw close to the roller as an afterthought or bottom of the door in the frame. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to transform the adjustment screw counterclockwise to raise the rollers higher into the patio glass frame. The expanded roller stature will make it simpler to force the sliding glass patio door from the frame for wheel replacement. Bring both roller wheels up in the door as far upward as would be prudent.
- Focus the door inside the patio door frame. With an assistant’s support, lift the door in the frame until the raised wheels at the bottom of the door clear the bottom track. Pull the bottom of the door to you at an edge, slightly bringing down the top of the door. Watch the top of the glass door as it clears the track at the top of the frame. Remove the door actually once the top clears and lower it to an even surface where you can access the wheels at the bottom of the door unreservedly.
- Remove the mounting screw holding every set of wheels in place, using the Phillips-head screwdriver. You’ll spot the screws either at the side of the frame or along the bottom. Place a level head screwdriver between the wheel unit and the frame and pry the unit from the wheel well in the frame with the screwdriver in the wake of uprooting the securing screw. Clean earth or flotsam and jetsam from the wheel wells with a nylon brush.
- Adjust the new rollers to sit in their most elevated position, using the Phillips-head screwdriver and the roller wheel adjustment screws. Slide the new wheels into the wheel wells, placing them into the same positions as the wheels you just removed. Secure the new wheels in place with the mounting screws.
- Set the glass door go into the frame, with the help of your aide, by sliding the top of the door into the track along the top of the frame with the door edged internal to your feet. Lift upward with the top in place to move the bottom of the door holding the wheels over the track in the bottom of the frame. Tenderly discharge the door into place and use the adjustment screw to set the wheel tallness with the goal that the glass door slides easily through the track to open and close.