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T-49 sise by side door repair

I have two long rods to repair the doors how do I go about it?

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I assume you are referring to the cams in which the doors ride upon. The doors can be removed by lifting them up and off the cams. Once you have the doors off you can pull the cams out with a pair of pliers. After that proceed in reverse order of the above description.

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