Traco Patio Door

A quick learner from Sarasota, FL says:
A friend has a Traco sliding patio door, but the model# has been obliterated. It has a tandem nylon roller that needs to be replaced; not sure of the dinensions yet, but expect it to be soemwhat like 81-149. Is it a given that the door has to be removed in order to extract and replace a roller of this design?
Thanks in advance.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Yes, you will need to remove the door in order to replace the roller. There is no easier way to do it, I'm afraid. I would also recommend removing the roller before you purchase a replacement just to be sure you're getting the correct part.
A quick learner from Sarasota, FL says:
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