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Old 05-04-2015, 01:42 PM   #1
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Pantry sliders off track

My pantry sliders do not slide as well as they used to, I pull it out and put them back on track and found some bearing/things on the sliders, I am not sure how they reassemble correctly. They are sliding in and out but seem to be sagging. Anyone have advise?
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Old 05-04-2015, 09:10 PM   #2
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Re: Pantry sliders off track

I hated the sliders and converted it to shelves and love it. I is in my build tread. Much more room and it does not swing into the bench seat.

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Old 05-05-2015, 10:04 AM   #3
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Re: Pantry sliders off track

We have a EB-50 and I asume that you are talking about the sliding doors for the pantry shelves. Our pantry has three sliders. The one for the rear clothes closet is in the front track as is the short slider for the pantry. The other slider is in the rear track.

Our sliders tend to get popped out of the tracks (or just the bottom) by the bedding duffels we store behind the sofa next to the pantry. Knowing what if causing them to get bumped out of the tracks helps preventing it from happening more often.

I installed a piece of 1/2" steel electrical conduit across the rear clothes closet which has helped. It is held in place electrical clamp which lets it slide out toward the rear door. (I couldn't have it fixed in place since it would keep us from storing larger items in that closet.)
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