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DSH 20121 Mirrored bypass door roller

A quick learner from USA says:
Recently purchased a home built in 1998. There are sliding mirrored bypass closet doors in the master bath. The bottom track is rusted and unsightly. Not sure just how to remove the doors from the track. Both upper and lower hardware bear the same number: DSH 20121, but the upper hardware has the roller. The lower hardware has a plastic piece that fits into a slot in the lower track. The door cannot be removed by lifting it straight up and off the rollers in the top track. Three photos are attached. Any help is greatly appreciated!
User submitted photos of mirror closet door hardware.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting. Please see our 23-240 for a possible replacement bottom track. As for removing the doors, try adjusting the top roller and bottom guide. That may help you lift the door out.
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