Pocket Door Problem

One side of my pocket door came down. The inside upper part of the door has a post that goes into the rollers that run on the track. The post came out of the roller. Does anyone have a solution other than breaking the wall to install new hardware? Has anyone had this problem?
Thank you.
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snipped-for-privacy@grande.com wrote:

One way or another, you have to get at the faulty roller to replace/repair it. However, there is no need to "break the wall"...all you should need to do is remove the top trim on the opening.
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wrote:

If the "post" has slipped out, perhaps just lifting the door up would fix it (back into position/latched). There may be a small latch on the roller needing to be locked.
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Look at the jam at the top of the door. With mine one side is held in with a few screws so it can be removed to give access to the rollers. There is a nut that 'locks' the stud in the top of the door to the roller, but others might have a clip of some sort.

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