Closet mirror door not closing flush

A home owner from IL says:
We have a mirror door with a closure to hold the door flush when closed. It appears that this part needs to be tightened as the door is not closing flush. It appears to be a circular wire and it is held together by a rivet so there is no tightening a screw. Is there a replacement for this part?
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Casey from SWISCO responded:


We would like to help but, unfortunately, we do not carry any closet hardware with the same wire closure. If you can determine who the door manufacturer was, they may be able to assist you with this door repair. Thanks for posting. 

A home owner from IL says:
This is the label on the inside of the mirror door. When I looked up this company, I was sent to your site for replacement parts.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:


Take a look at our 21-098 Stanley hinge. Ours doesn't come with wire springs but, If I recall, your door track can use a snugger like our 21-286. They are placed in the top and bottom track, either between two sets of doors or, for a single door, they are placed on the side where the door closes. Take a look and see if this replacement hardware could be used for your repair. Thanks for posting!

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