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Is anyone able to me. Our patio doors have broken. It's not running correctly and we've looked for many handy men to come and fix this but haven't had any joy. Can anyone recommend anyone or give any advice. We live in a condo and don't want to change the whole doors as try are original. Please help. 

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You need to find someone who can replaced the wheel runner mechanism.

Go back to where you bought them. 

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Have you had people look at it that can't fix it or you have not found anyone to look at it?

 

Have you tried to fix it? Can you get the door out? 

 

It looks like just the screws have come loose, come out or are broken. 

 

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Try adjusting them, at the bottom of the door you will see a hole

drilled into the aluminium , maybe best to squirt some WD40 first,

then with a Phillips head screwdriver  , turn the screw until the door

rises *. if that does not work your door is knackered,look for a shop

selling alloy doors windows, they are common in my area, yours ?

nd get them to come and fix for you, but try method i told you first, might work.

regards worgeordie             * you have to do both sides of the door.....

 

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6 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

Try adjusting them, at the bottom of the door you will see a hole

drilled into the aluminium , maybe best to squirt some WD40 first,

then with a Phillips head screwdriver  , turn the screw until the door

rises *. if that does not work your door is knackered,look for a shop

selling alloy doors windows, they are common in my area, yours ?

nd get them to come and fix for you, but try method i told you first, might work.

regards worgeordie             * you have to do both sides of the door.....

 

 

This is correct, but from the photos it looks like the frame itself is loose...

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