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A garage door roller is off track, the last roller at bottom

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A garage door roller is off track, the last roller at bottom right side of door. How to get back on track?
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Inspect the track for any part that is bent or flared out. This is probably where the roller came out of the track. You can insert it in that area after you open the track a little more with some pliers or vise-grips. Once the roller is back in, you just bend the track back over, to it's original position, with a rubber mallet or gently with a hammer.
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