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Ace Hardware sells that door and you will need to see if they can order the parts but it looka like they sell the doors 36" size so when you order you will need to order for the Sterling Plumbing 1500D-36S "Vista Pivot" Shower Door Fits Openings 31 -1/4" To 36" H 66" . Now if you have not completely finished the shower you could always make the door opening fit what you have.
amazon is one of the best places for purchasing your shower door rollers. Click here Amazon com shower door rollers and choose the best one (many of them are compatible with maax shower door), but anyway, before order something contact the seller to be sure. There's a plenty of rollers, so take a look.
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Only on normal head.If you have normal set-up hand held diverts before filter.From the stand point of a 35 yr master plumber,your wasting your money,unless you gulping a lot of water while you shower.Lots of gimmicks out there,like drain cleaning chemicals complete waste of money
You will probably find, that the unit is 'Obselete' And replacement parts, are not being produced anymore. Why not change the broken piece, & do some fancy tiling around it. I recently tiled around a circular mirror in bathroom, and actually it almost looks like a window. As long as your 'finishing' is up to scratch. Good luck with that, & don't forget to rate:)
instructions for shower door installations are very important to have,..i have installed over 100 of them and i still wouldn't attempt one without instructions,.your totally best to do the research it takes to get the instructions needed for this job,...there are certain cuts and measurements that are very dependent on specifications given by manufacturer to be right,....one wrong cut domino effects the whole job,....good luck
Mark, I'm having different problems with the same door. Try "filing" down the ends of the bottom rail, where it is contacting the curved corners. You might have to buy a metal file to accomplish this. Go heavy on the adhesive caulk on the underside of the bottom rail. Make sure the shower base is clean and dry. You might have to push down with your arms for several minutes to get the adhesive caulk to stick. Good luck, I have to go back to my folks this afternoon, because I can't get the door panel in w/o it scraping the top rail. Ugh.