Need advice: My patio sliding door (stationary) got stuck.

I want to remove my stationary sliding door to replace it with a new one but I could not get it slided to the middle. after removing the door holding bracket, two 90 degree brackets at top and bottom, I still cannot pull it to the middle. is there any more hidden screws somewhere? do I have to remove any part of the frame where it holds the door in place? Please help with instruction. my email address is at the top. I can send a digital picture to show how it looks like. thanks.
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TTL wrote:

on my patio door you have two 90 deg. brackets one on the top and one on the bottom(you also have four screws on the stationary side on the outside(away from the moving door) that are holding the stationary door from moving... after removing all this i then have to shove the door to the middle.. somethimes(i do it pretty often to get rid of dog hair that slows it down).. i need a screw driver or other pry type tool to get it started to move to the middle, both top and bottom... and a couple of good hit in the center of the outside piece to shove it to the middle.. once it breaks loose it moves... when in the center of the opening the stationary door(which is outside) will be lifted up slightly and then removed out to the back yard.. then the moveable door can be put in the middle and removed by lifting slightly and the bottom goes out to the back yard and they are both off the frame.... hope this helps.....
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