How Do You Adjust Patio Doors?

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To adjust a patio door, raise the door using the appropriate screwdriver by turning it clockwise. Align the adjustments and set the two rollers to position the door at an equal height on both sides. If necessary, make minor adjustments to compensate for a door jamb that is not well plumb.
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You can adjust a Patio door using door adjusters and a screw driver. You will have to losen up the nuts then move the door up and down to fit it appropriately. Patio doors expand and contract in response to weather changes.
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