Forum Title: 2x4 won't fit back under threshold.
I recently installed a new sheet of drywall on the back wall of my garage. Now, I can't get this 2x4 to fit under the door. I have a feeling I should have done that before putting the new piece of drywall up. Any ideas how I can get this 2x4 under the door or an alternative.
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: ANGEL BYRD (Albany, NY), 01/27/2019

Nothing lasts forever. Grit, grime, lube (never use lube!) and eventually they just wear out. Good door and 20 yrs is good even for Andersen rollers. You can find them online or order from Andersen. Get the info off the door glass in the corner and measure the size of the door for the correct item. They've only changed them once or twice in that time I think, and in most cases the new ones will fit older doors. Another reason I like Andersen, almost all new parts are backwards compatible. Pull the panel out, remove the rollers and you'll see they are probably bad. Any wobble, roughness, or grittiness and they need replacement.

- ROSE REED (Knoxville, TN), 02/15/2019

I've been studying the picture and trying to figure how installing a piece of sheetrock could affect the door threshold. Usually the threshold is just held down with a few screws.

- KELLY PAGE (San Jose, CA), 02/20/2019

You could cut it in half lengthwise, then both pieces would fit.

- JULIE COLLINS (Bend, OR), 02/23/2019

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