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Question on proper track

A quick learner from Florida says:
When replacing the carpet in a bedroom a couple years ago, the track on our mirror-sliding door was damaged. I stupidly threw it away before looking into getting a new one, so now I don't have exact measurements, brand, etc.

I've attached pictures of what our bottom-track-guides look like. They aren't rollers, but these nylon clips that appear to connect to a narrow channel, similar to the 23-241. In fact, the 23-241 looks very similar to the track I vaguely remember throwing away. Have you ever seen guides like this? If so, does the 23-241 work with them? Unfortunately I don't think I can remove them (and replace them with rollers). They are connected to the door with rivets and some adhesive.

User submitted photos of closet door hardware.
DSH 20121
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I think I agree with you. Your bottom guide here looks a lot like our 23-215, which I can confirm works with our 23-241. Carefully compare the 23-215 to your bottom guide. If they match, then I think the 23-241 track would be a great choice.
A home owner from Ottawa, ON says:
I have this exact sliding door and removed them for painting. Now for the life of me I can't get the plastic to sink back into the bottom door guide. I have tried using a screw driver to push in the tabs and press down on the plastic, but no luck. It hasn't even been close. Please help.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Sorry to hear you're having trouble. With this kind of guide, you have to kind of angle it in. See the video below for a visual guide. I think it may help.
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