Inside corner piece for a mirrored bifold door

A home owner from Pittsburgh says:
Hello, Attached please find the inside corner piece for our bifold mirror Closet doors. The door corner piece holds the door together on the inside and keeps the mirror piece inside of the frame. It is one of four inside corner pieces on the inside top of the bifold door. Ours is cracked and we cannot find a replacement piece near home. I have also attached a copy of the sticker on the inside of the door can you identify and hopefully have a piece you could send us so we can Replace the entire door?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Hello! This looks like a match for our 23-409 closet door corner connector. Look it over and let me know if you have any questions.

A quick learner from Nova Scotia, Canada says:
I also have this particular mirrored bifold door and I am wondering if instructions for removing the doors is available. Normally, lifting the doors up will free them from the bottom track, but these doors also have a bottom track that prevents the bottom of the door from swinging outward for removal. Any assistance would be welcome.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Thank you for your patience during this busy season. Based on your description of the problem, your doors might have locking pins on the bottom that would prevent lifting them from the track. See the video I pulled up for you. At the very beginning, you can see how the roller in question kind of hooks into the track. That's what I mean. To unsnap them from the track, slide a putty knife across the track to push in the locking pins and raise the door at the same time. It is easier to do this with another person.

A quick learner from Nova Scotia, Canada says:

Thanks for the response Paul however, the track I am dealing with is different than shown in the video or what you have described. I have attached 2 photos that show my problem. There is no way for the bottom rollers to clear the track when lifted. Any advice would be appreciated greatly.

Regards,

Brian

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thank you for the updated information. Your track looks similar to our 21-450, which uses a nylon roller guide. I believe if you use a putty knife or similar tool and wedge it between the metal pin collar and nylon roller guide (21-174), you will release the door from the track.

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