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The door sticks mechanically when opening. I probably need to adjust the cable mechanism. Can you confirm this and how it is done?

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  • cheftow Sep 30, 2010

    When I lift the handle, the door is still latched and does not slide open.

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Talk to me is it the latch when you lift the handle or does the door drag when opening?

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

  • bronci2 Sep 30, 2010

    does it open from the inside. if i recall it opens automatically does that work .did you check the child safety lock. you can find opening the working door. also check the track on top to see if the bushing is worn. from what info you gave me the door does not unlock this could be electrical . please tell me exactly what door it is and if it opens at all with remote if it's the side mid door or not. thanks

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