Mr. Macross’ garage door stopped moving halfway through the closing process, with a grinding halt. It didn’t take him long to notice that the bottom right rollers were outside of the tracks.
Garage doors have a lot of surface area, which means that there’s a lot of ways for them to be hit or jarred. It doesn’t take too much force to get one or more of the door’s rollers out of their tracks, especially if the tracks are loose or wobbly. There was no blunt force event responsible for Mr. Macross’ door coming off track. Just some loose screws holding in the right track. After straightening the track and tightening it in with new screws, we reinstalled the door with no complications.
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