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How to replace the bearing onthe slidingdoor middle the one in the middle

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This is not some thing to try at home. Please - PLEASE - have a mechanic look into it as the operation at best requires two people who are VERY strong and patient. This is not for the faint of heart and requires expensive specialized tools.
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