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In order to correct the problem, you are going to have to move the spring anchor bracket and then re-tension the springs. When you put the new springs on, make sure they are wound and that the set screws are in place securely. When you do this are they winding loose or is the cable just coming off? Here is a full how-to on the springs for most doors:
That sounds logical. Are you able to offset those screws at all so they don't fall into the same place? You might also be able to drill a small pilot hole into the rod - just enough for the set screw to secure itself into one position. I wouldn't necessarily go all the way through - just a divot.
That's certainly one way to approach it! Thanks for the update.
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