Curved Shower Door became detached (need all parts to fix it back)

A quick learner from New York says:
First of all, I am very thankful to find this website. I have a curved shower door that got detached. When I bout my home, then only the top part was attached with 2 rollers One of these rollers came apart and only one is left at the top. I also need the parts to attach the below part of the door inside the slider. Please let me know what parts should I order for my shower door to be fixed. Also, if you could help me some instructions on how to fix it once i receive these parts, then that will be great.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting, and thanks for the kind words. Can you remove the undamaged parts from the door and send us pictures so we can get a clear look? From there we will do our best to ID what you need. Thanks. 

A quick learner from New York says:
Thanks Bob. Please find attached.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Many thanks for your post. Your curved shower door roller looks like the 10-061, which is used by many shower door manufacturers. The lower guide is our 10-063. Also see the 10-062 adjustment screw and 10-064. I am afraid the manufacturer doesn't provide instructions for these parts. Apologies for any inconvenience. 

A quick learner from New York says:
Thank you so much for your response. Can you let us know how many each of these parts should we order? Also, what is the use of SHOWER DOOR PIVOT Product Code: 10-064
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Apologies, let me clarify. You really only need to replace what's broken. I believe I see the 10-064 in the third image in your photos; if it's undamaged, there's no reason to replace it. Let me know if you have further questions. 

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