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Automatic Sliding Screen Door Closer 3.6 5 14 14
No more "shut the door!" This is a really ingenious product that works exactly as promised. We actually installed this on a metal screen door (it is intended for wood), and it worked great. You have to be sure that your screen door closes nice and easily before installing this--really clean out the track and grease it or whatever it needs, because this gadget can only close the door if ithe screen door is running smoothly on it's own. Once that was done, this was amazing, you can adjust it to close at the right speed, and even my 2 year old can handle opening it and slipping in and out. May 20, 2012
Love it. The only problem we had was it is black and our screen door is white. My husband painted it white and it blends in fine. Helps keeping the cleaver cats in doors. Not to mention the bugs. Kids are in and out all the time and forget to close the door now it does all on its own. June 20, 2013
sliding screen closure Very nice product for installation. Fast delivery and packed very well so no problems with damage to the product even though the box was damaged. Adjusting and reconfiguring the system for use was very easy, this was used to close a sliding gate, approximate weight 50 ibs. Had to trim back the spring to half its length but with the pulley system and track it functioned smoothly and without a slam at the end of its travel, this is an important consideration as it was closing to a maglock that had a plastic face. Very pleased with the product would recommend it highly. March 23, 2012
THIS PRODUCT IS JUST WHAT I NEEDED! The automatic door closer was advertised as a screen door closer, but I used it on a sliding glass patio door and it works great. No more yelling at the kids to shut the door! July 9, 2012
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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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