possibly a 23-075 mirror door roller assembly

A quick learner from Topanga, CA says:
The mirrored closet doors where installed in 2004. The plastic wheels have broken off of three of our doors. I would like to order the replacement parts and install myself if possible.

I can take a better picture and send any markings or stamps but I need assistance removing the part from the frame unit. Do you have any videos on the removal process?

I am the home owner & handy.
Thank you.
Lynette H.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
We have no videos on how to replace the 23-075 , but I can still help. First, lay your door flat on a table or pair of saw horses. Then, unscrew the frame screws and use a hammer and a block of wood to tap the bottom rail off. The roller should come out along with the rail when you remove it. You then just slide the old roller off the rail and slide the new roller on. Line up the roller to the bottom rail and lightly tap on the side to the mirror with a rubber mallet, screw on the frame screw and install the door back on track. After that, all you have to do is adjust the roller.
A professional from California says:
Sometimes on this type of roller, it's easier and safer to angle a screwdriver under the wheel to push it away from the frame and use a second small flat screwdriver to squeeze the small tabs inward or pry the rail outward. The roller will usually pop out without much effort. This leaves the bottom rail in place providing protection for the mirror. And, I can confirm that this is the roller you need.
Sliding closet mirror door rollers and tracks
Sliding closet mirror door rollers and tracks
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