Patio Slider Door Question?

Having trouble removing patio slider door to replace rollers in the bottom of door. Usually you just pull up on the door to clear the bottom track and angle the door out. This door is not clearing the track. Is there something I'm missing?
Rich
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On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 17:40:52 GMT, EvoDawg

In addition to what others have said I've sometimes found it necessary to use a flat blade screwdriver or a putty knife to lift the bottom wheels up above the track.
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I just replaced my rollers. I have an Andersen Perma Shield. Like the other poster said, I have a wood strip on top held in with about 5-6 screws. What I did is lock the door closed, then I lowered the wheels with the adjusting screws. Then I removed the strip of wood on top ( with the door locked closed, it should not fall in towards you). Then open the door carefully and it should come out from the inside. But be prepared, the door is heavy.
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Mikepier wrote:

I got it done the problem was the damn adjusters were stripped from someone else trying to get it out. I drilled them out, but then the rollers fell into the track and made it even more difficult. but after about 2 hours I figured it out and got it done. What a pain in the ass. The door works great NOW !!!!
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