Bedroom closet sliding doors

A quick learner from Albuquerque, New Mexico says:
this is old my parents bought this house in 1976 these are the very last one in a bedroom. They came with the house it was built for them they are the only owners. I am fixing up this room and need to know if you can help me?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for reaching out to us. Take a look at our 23-046 top roller and 23-021 bottom guide. I believe these match up well to the parts in your photos, but look them over and let me know if you agree.

A quick learner from Albuquerque, New Mexico says:

Yes, thank you these look like a good match. Thank you I will order now, you have saved me a lot of running around, thank you thank you.

Annette

A quick learner from Albuquerque, New Mexico says:

Hi. ] received my order and the bottom hardware is wrong and not what I even ordered and not even close to what we agreed on that would be the best fit for closet doors. I am sending you pictures of what I received. Also there was no invoice with my order.

Thank you,

Annette

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Hi Annette. I'm not even sure what the heck these hinges are, but it's definitely not the (4) 23-021 and (4) 23-046 you and Tom agreed upon. There was obviously some sort of mix-up in our warehouse. I apologize for this error, and I'm seeing to it that we send out what you actually ordered as soon as possible. Sorry again, and thanks for letting us know. 

A quick learner from Albuquerque, New Mexico says:

Hi, I was wondering if there is a video to show me how to take off old ones, and put the new ones on...I have tried to take off , but no luck? Also thank you very much for sending me the righr part.

Thank you,

Annette

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

These guides and rollers are hooked into cutouts into the door. To remove the old guides, you'll likely have to pry the tabs off the frame with a pair of needle-nose pliers. We find that works best.

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