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Automatic Sliding Screen Door Closer 3.6 5 14 14
door closer Unfortunately, this item did not work as I wanted it to. I wanted it to allow our dog to push open the door, and then close behind her. She knows to push it open, its the closing part that she doesn't get. It would not work as she only pushes it open her width, then it starts closing, and she cant get in. Also the color was black and our door is white. July 21, 2014
works as advertised simple piece of machinery, works fine for my purpose. August 29, 2013
No White?! A bit proicey for a device that doesnt come in white. i did have to paint. and the photocopied instructions are pretty bad . otherwise does the job July 7, 2013
Poor Product - Did not work at all I was looking for an automatic screen door closer. I can across two types of models. One was a flimsy plastic model for about $10 w/o S&H which had terrible reviews. Since it was plastic it worked for only a short amount of time. The other type was a medal rod that attached to the top of the screen door for about $25 w/o S&H. It had fair reviews. I purchased this latter type. The first problem encountered was the fact that the brace for the rod was larger than the frame of the screen door and thus was very difficult to attach to the frame. The second problem and most important aspect was that the device did not work. It did not work because it put too much pressure on the top of the screen door and basically pull it down vertically while trying to pull it closed horizontally. Finally, the adjustment mechanism snapped when simply turning it to adjust the tension. It was a waste of $35 (incl S&H) and now there are four holes in the door frame (needed to install). June 26, 2013
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I like the concept of the auto closing door. But, if it always closes when we may be loading this into the house I could see that would be a pain in the neck. Please comment. Thanks
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Thank you for your question. Unfortunately there is no setting on the door closer that will allow the door to remain open. However there is a setting that will determine how quickly the door closes behind you. So, although the door will not prop open by itself it can be set to close very slowly.
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Mounting Options ?

Can this closer be mounted in the middle of the door instead of the top ? Thank you.
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Thank you for your question.
It is recommended that it should be mounted at the top center of the door frame and not in the middle of the door. There is a line that pulls from the closer and can be a hazard if placed in the middle of the door.
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How does this work w/o a motor

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Thank you for your question.
This works with a inner tension wire/pull system.
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