Andersen Patio Sliding door

A home owner from Massachusetts says:


I am looking to completely restore my 6' Andersen sliding patio door. The house was built in 1965 so it is in poor working order as far as ease of glide and cold air coming through in the colder months. I imagine the weather strips are shot for one and also the glide wheels. I can't find any identifying numbers on the glass, just the AW logo in the lower corner of the stationary door along with an etched word that looks like "Therma-something"??

If you could help me identify the parts I need to repair my door, I would greatly appreciate it!



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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

The exact parts you show in your photos are no longer available. If your door lock is in good working order you might want to leave well enough alone. 

As for the rollers, you could have our 81-018. Andersen has been known to use this on their earlier doors. The only way to know for sure is remove your original and compare its style and size.

For the wool pile at the bottom of the door, look at our 58-045 or maybe our 58-127. Compare our measurements to yours to confirm.

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