Need a hard enough effort to repair sliding glass door weather stripping. The required equipment includes measuring tap, screwdrivers, utility knife, hammer, pliers and a pair of safety gloves. The reason you need to repair the weather stripping, because it may be torn and worn out. Let’s get started by putting a pair of safety gloves to keep your hands.
- Measure the perimeter of the sliding door and use the screws to hold the roller adjustment place at the bottom. After that, if you see a headstop, place the headstop at the top of the door. This headstop is used to keep the door stay at the place. Then, you can open the door and locate it at the midst-point position.
- Next step is to gnaw the weather stripping out from the track. Pull out and remove the weather stripping. Replace and locate the new weather stripping in accordance to the manufacturer’s instructions. Use the screws to secure the weather stripping at the door and panel.
- After replacing the weather stripping, knock slowly the panel using the hammer back into the place. Insert the door back, by locating the bottom of the door at the bottom channel and push the top of the door into the place. Reattach the headstop and readjust the roller adjustment place. Finally, close the door and check the lock adjustment