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The doors stick when they close. how do I lube the pullies

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Your door rollers are probably worn off.
To access these carefully lift the door off the rail, pull it out bottom first then unhook the string attached to the counter weight from the top part of the door .Tip the door upside down and you should be able to see 2 or 3 rollers spaced on the bottom track (or what is left of it

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