The aluminum sliding door is designed to slide easily with one hand, but when you handle it to make it move, you know what's wrong. When your aluminum alloy sliding door is not working, it feels sticky and hard to open, it is usually due to dirty tracking or wheel adjustment. These are the main causes of the dirt on the door and the tracking wheel. So, first clean the truck thoroughly with a hard brush and soapy water. However, if the door is still difficult to move, you may need to adjust the lower roll of the door may be off track, or completely replace them.
How to solve this problem:
The aluminum alloy sliding door has two adjusting screws at the bottom of the door (edge or door face). Find these screws and pry the trim cap over them. If one aspect you notice is low, simply raise the tracking until you lock the door.
If the door still feels stuck, adjust the two screws to raise the entire door by right angled rotation, then slide the door slightly to the side post (small), while keeping an even blank.
If you don't solve this problem, you have to delete the door. Your first choice should be to call one of your doors to change professions, because these doors are heavy and a dangerous task. However, if your door card is open all night, your only option is to repair itself and make sure that the body of the person you help can help you remove the door.
Remove the door's track, move it onto the track, have an indent, and push it up. Next, tilt it at an angle and track its bottom first, followed by the top track. An 8-foot door can weigh more than 100 pounds depending on the material, so be careful.
Check for signs of roll damage. If they twist or split, they have to be replaced. Even if only one person is damaged, it's a good idea to replace.
Screw the roller so that you can take out the roll and the sleeve. Find the correct type of replacement roll for your door considering each measurement.
Check for signs of damage at the bottom of the track (which is very rare) and clean it.
Re install the rollers and replace the door rails with appropriate sections. Insert the door, first slot the top guide, then slowly push back to the bottom center of the track.
Use the top of the screw to help adjust the door track. You need a screwdriver.