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Sliding side door will not close completely

Sliding side door will not close all the way easily

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  • jordant41 May 11, 2009

    the door will latch, it just won't completely close unless you physically push against the door after its closed, even then the door latch light sometimes stays on.

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Check your child safety latch in the door. Make sure it wasn't pushed down while the door was open

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