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Patio door rollers Allen Stevens

A quick learner says:
in the pictures
User submitted photos of a patio door roller.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
I recommend you look at our 81-005. This appears similar but see how the dimensions match.
A home owner from USA says:
What is the best way to get the attached pic roller out of the frame? It has tabs on the side to hold it in. I had to pry it out of the frame but bent the frame? Which roller matches this?Please match the pics of the roller from ur parts list. The roller is 1 1/4. Thanks
User submitted photos of a patio door roller.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting. I've placed you into an existing discussion regarding this very same roller. Please see Paul's suggestion above and let me know if it can work for you.
A quick learner from nc says:
What is best way to remove this roller from the frame as it has tabs on the sides that press into the frame?
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
After you completely remove the bottom rail from the door, place in a vise or have someone hold it for you. Then, with a wide putty knife, twist the frame wide enough to release the roller.
A professional from California says:
I usually put the claw end of my hammer in the slot and twist gently until the roller slides out. Much easier and has more leverage than a putty knife. A curved claw wouldn't work, but my straight claw hammer works great.
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