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Caring for Your New Two Birds Barn Door

With proper maintenance, your new barn door will give you years of trouble-free operation. Here are a few things you should know about your door.

Door Stopper:  The door stoppers, located at either end of the top track (see figure 1), serve to stop your door from travelling too far in either direction.

The stoppers are held in place with 2 small screws (see figure 2) and with repeated or forceful full contact door closing, can work themselves loose.

Periodically check these screws with the provided Allen wrench and ensure that they are tight (see figure 3).

Failure to keep these screws tight can result in loose stoppers which will move when your door comes into contact with them and result in damage to your door (see figure 4). Please note that door damage caused from loose door stoppers is not covered by our Warranty.

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Figure 1


Figure 2


Figure 3

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Figure 4

Door Handle:  The screws that hold in your door handle (located on rear side of door) may occasionally work themselves loose. If your handle starts to feel loose when operating, simply tighten with a screwdriver.


Cleaning:  Should your door require something more than a dusting, please use a dampened lint free rag.

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