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How do you fill in the holes after removing a glass shower door from a prefab enclosure?
If you don't plan replacing the shower door, fill the holes with tile colour grout or other fillers you can buy from hardware stores. I am saying grout because if you have coloured tiles, the filled holes won't show prominently, otherwise fillers are ok.
Posted on Jul 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sure peter the sliding should lift out grab a screwdriver and off you go some screws may have covers over them but just be careful you don't push or go leaning on the glass panels to much you don't want go cutting your self it was installed by a person you are a person peter just uninstall it best of luck mate any further questions just ask glenn.........
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
you can fix this problem by loostening the clamp screw and putting locktite sealer(you can purchase locktite from hd or lowes locktite is not the only product you can call a glass supplier and as for recommendation) Be sure to read the directions on the tube I use it to seal joints on refrigeration threaded parts. Make sure it will adhere to glass and metal also review the clean up solvent when you do this place a wood wedge at the bottom of the glass dooor and the threashold to support he weight until the sealer driese
1 Place wood wedge/block under door where non hinged side meets wall
2 losten top hinge(inspect bottom hinge to make sure it is snug and the glass dor is all the way into the hinge
3 You may have to remove the top hinge completely to get enough of the locktite on the metal and glass place the locktite on the hinge flat plate and the glass
4 recheck gap where door meets wall( I sometimes use paint stirs(wood) as shims to keep space between door and wall consistent
5 tighten top inge screws( you can put locktite on the screw threas also
6 Clean excess locktite and wait suggested time by instructions on tube
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
It sounds like you have something caught up in the hinges, or in between the door and the opening. I would have whoever installed it come back and fix it. As a general contractor I would not be happy with myself if I had installed it and would like the opportunity to redeem myself if it was not done correctly.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
curved cut glass will not always be the exact dimensions though they may look identical there should be several set screws on both the door glass frame and the shower glass frame that can be loosened and reset to make the door fit and close and open more properly without seeing the showwer itself i can not tell you exactly where they are but they should be either visible or behind a facade piece of metal frame
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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