its the hinges where they are placed.. the door is not set level on all
sides by the hinges... this would let it stay out or in the other case
stay in or stay anyplace the hinges/leveling would have it set to go to.
On 6 Dec 2003 09:03:09 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony D.) wrote:
That's covered in detail in the latest Handyman magazine P.9.
It says most often it's the bracket at the top that the pivot fits
into. The screw comes loose and it slides over a little bit.
Just slide it back where it was and tighten the screw.
My bifolds have a spring in the top track. The spring is moved so the top
guide pin presses against it a bit. This pressure keeps the door closed. I'm
not sure what to do if yours doesn't have the spring. Other solutions may
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