renaissance patio door

A quick learner from michigan says:
I need bottom roller unit for screen door. I looked for piece on your web site couldn't find one like it. Its all plastic 7/8 roller on one end on the other end there are 2 screws 1 bolts to the door the other attaches to a wedge that adjusts wheel. Wheel is 3/16 wide unit is 2" long
A customer submitted photo of a screen door roller.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Good morning! Thanks for posting on our Discussion Board. Unfortunately, I don't believe we have an exact replacement for this roller. However, please see our 84-050 Pacesetter Patio Screen Roller. Do you think you can use this as a substitute?
A quick learner says:
It would work but it's to thick I need one 1/4 in.
A home owner from Fairport, NY says:
I have the same exact roller assembly that needs replacement. I am going to try the pacesetter as a replacement, because I have tried Home Depot, Lowes and anywhere else I can think of. No one has an identical replacement. Let's hope for the best!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for your patience in this matter. After extensive research, we have been unable to find an alternative solution. Our 84-050 appears to be the best match that we have. I cannot guarantee if it will work, but we do not have anything closer.

To the home owner from Fairport, NY: thank you for giving it a go! Please let us know if you are able to get it to work.
A quick learner from Eloy, AZ says:
I used the 84050 replacement part. It wasn't the exact replaement but worked well.
A handy person from Terence Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada says:
After searching the net, I came upon this conversation. I, too, have a Renaissance patio screen door that needs the same replacement roller wheel assembly as in the photo. I will order the 84-050 and try it as recommended.
-Gary W.
A quick learner from Terence Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada says:
I tried the 84-050, but the profile is too thick. I will keep the 2 of the 84-050 that I ordered and use the wheels in them if I need to in the future. To fix my screen door, I removed the old wheel from the broken roller, drilled holes in the screen door, and mounted the wheel with nut and bolt. It works very well now.
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