Doorwall guide

A home owner from Clay Twp mi says:
It screws on the stationary panel and guides the door past the stationary panel
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid that I don't recognize this guide. Would you be able to show me a picture of what it looks like installed? It also looks damaged; could there be more to it, or is this all there is more or less?

A home owner from Clay Twp mi says:
The piece in question sits midway up the stationary door and guides the slider door effortlessly to a closed position. Without this piece we have to pull the inside of the slider out to get a flush close.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

We do carry some top sliding door panel guides like the 80-045 and 80-046 , but we unfortunately don't have anything like the part you show in these photos. Honestly your best bet may be to fashion something to work instead. A local hardware store may be able to assist you to this end.

A home owner from Clay Twp mi says:
Thank you very much for your time. That seems our best bet at this point. I appreciate your effort.
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