10:16AM | 11/05/06
Member Since: 11/02/06
1 lifetime posts
I had a friend ship me a living room hutch and they simply removed the 2 small sliding glass doors to protect them during shipping.

There is 2 parallel slots for the glass doors to fit into.

We got the hutch and when we try to put the 2 sliding doors back in , we can get one in in the first groove and can not seem to get the second one in.

I know bending glass is not the answer , but when we ask the friend who shipped us the hutch , they only said that one of the glass doors was a little difficult to remove , but thought we should have no problem at all getting the 2 sliding doors back in.

The friend lives far away but we will wait for a friend with half a clue to visit who might be able to get the 2 doors in , without laughing their head off at us 2 building challenged people.

Thank you and go ahead and laugh as we know this is supposed to be incredibly easy to do. Don't ask me to replace your sliding screen windows either , or they'll never get back in the right order.


01:08PM | 11/06/06
Member Since: 09/18/06
64 lifetime posts
If the panel are lined up correctly but wont slide it try putting something with a slippery substance (oil,vaseline) a dap or 2 shuold do it. it may slide in then.


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