Originally Posted by donabston
My 2012 International 25 FB has the sliding plastic doors on the cabinet above the table at the rear of the trailer. Quite often after a drive at least one of the slides jumps the track and binds in place. Has anyone experienced this, and have they found a fix? Maybe some kind of glue-in piece to prevent the jump?
My Interstate has sliding plastic doors on the cabinet over the driver's and front passenger's seats. Easiest fix for your problem is to drill one hole in the upper track and upper edge of the door, and insert a metal pin. Not only keeps the door from jumping its track, but keeps it from sliding until you're ready for it to slide. Pin should fit snugly, and use a short safety chain to keep it from getting lost if it should happen to work loose.
The pins you can buy in hardware stores for pinning sliding glass doors will work, and would already have the safety chain attached.