Re: Bypass Closet Door Track Removal
I have never run into a bypass door where the tracks were attached to the jamb legs. What I suspect is that the tracks are a very snug fit and have been painted into place. What I recommend is to run a utility knife around the ends of the track, lift it in the center. Have a helper hold one end to the floor and keep lifting in the center until the free end lifts. You can hold the free end down a little to keep from damaging the jamb. Basically, you need to flex the jamb out of it's resting place. If you have no intention of saving the track, then simply cut it in the center with a hack saw or sawzall, then lift each piece up against the jamb to break it loose.
The top track will be a bit more difficult, but removed similarly.
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