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Question DetailsAsked on 9/3/2014

Does anyone repair/replace pocket doors in the Chicago area?

I have three doors that constantly come off their tracks. Due to the configuration and space, they must be pocket doors.

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First couple of things I would be looking for - that the wheels are turning OK and are lubricated (gun oil or sewing machine oil), that the tracks are cleaned where the wheels run (clean with same oil or WD-40 on a rag wrapped around a stick to reach it, wipe dry - be careful to keep oil off surrounding walls and doors), and that there is nothing obstructing the bottom of the doors.

Your natural categories in Search the List would be Doors for door installers - also Carpenter - Woodworking (a finish carpenter) commonly put these in and should be able to adjust them.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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