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Sounds like you’ve saved a bit of ££ which is a good result. You may want to consider some Araldite-plastic to extend the life a bit.

You will have read/noticed that the doors ‘hang’ from the top brackets rather than sit in the guide channel as may seem logical. Accordingly you have the option to adjust how high/low they hang by making adjustments in the places pictured (4 x Allen key bolts across the 2 brackets suspending each door). If the rattle is driving you crazy then you may wish to loosen them off and lower the door by 1-2mm at a time until the amount of friction with the lower guide rail is sufficient to stop the rattle. Good luck!View attachment 74227
Thanks for this. Really appreciate it. This will be a weekend job for me. I don’t remember seeing that black end cover on my doors, is that something you added? What’s it for?
 
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Thanks for this. Really appreciate it. This will be a weekend job for me. I don’t remember seeing that black end cover on my doors, is that something you added? What’s it for?
No - I didn’t add it, so presume it’s original. It’s the rear of the ‘vertical brush’ if I recall correctly. Looks like pop rivets holding it in place. T6 Ocean. Good luck at the weekend
 
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All done. Took all the shelves out, removed doors, took out runner. Gave it all a damn good clean. Then fixed runner with a bit of aradite although not sure how long that will hold. Put everything back and adjusted the doors, and I THINK they are better with less give. Next drive will see! Thanks again for the advice.
 

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