after installation

A quick learner from Broomfield, CO says:
I recently installed your 10-325 and found the installation easy to complete. After cutting the drip rail and drilling the holes, I am very pleased with the appearance of the new drip rail. However, the shower door is extremely tight and difficult to open and close. This tightness is very apparent on the handle side. The opening and closing is easier if I lift up on the door. Based on my pictures, do I need to raise the drip rail slightly to cause the opening and closing to be not as difficult. Thank you
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Casey from SWISCO responded:


It's possible that the sweep on ours is just longer than yours.You may be able to raise it up higher, but you'll need to be VERY careful not to hit the glass.

First, I'd recommend checking the door adjustment to see if you can raise the door itself a little higher. 

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