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Left side french door seem to have sagged,and now wants to bind when closing.how do you adjust it upward ??

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Ck the cam ( plastic ) it lifts the door and also causes it to close tight . they ware out and the sometimes just brake and fall out . .. part # 12395501 b -- this is a blk bushing . for your model .. mm

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