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If you mean the glass only (the glazing units if multi-pane) then check out previous similar questions with answers in the Window and Doors category under Browse Projects, at lower left - commonly from $250-1000 for a single door unit depending on number of panes of glass, special "triple pane" films or coatings, etc. And of course on how tough it is to actually get the glass out and back in - wood doors tend to be cheaper than metal framed.

Of course can be more if a French Door or similar (as opposed to normal sliding glass doors) if the mullions (the trim pieces that separate the door into smaller squares or rectangles) are rigid rather than a pop-out plastic or metal unit, and of course if multi-paned (individual pieces of glass between the mullions rather than the mullions overlaying one large sheet of glass to viaually break it into segments) then can be a LOT more.

Your normal Search the List category to find well-rated and reviewed vendors for just glass replacement is Glass and Mirrors. For entire unit - Doors would be the category - ditto if the glazing unit is built-into the door (not designed to be removed, as a few molded fiberglass and vinyl doors/windows are now being made.

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