Repair glass door on walk in cooler

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25 thoughts on “Anthony glass door repair

  1. kingofthecrease30 says:

    same here….get 1 door to work on every 6-8 months…friend of mine owns a c-store with 12 Anthony doors on the walk in….needs 12 gaskets…all torn up after 10 years….he tried to get gaskets from Anthony parts distributor and was told they were $200 each ! for a door gasket ?! That's nuts

  2. Apprentice Phil says:

    I had to fix a door from a company purchased by Anthony. It was a flower shop fridge re install Inside a greenhouse. I used an Allen key to adjust the Torx rod tension in the middle of the doors frame. Ever see those kind of doors?

  3. Rod Collado says:

    replace gaskets and the bottom molds the other day at work and could not figure out how to remove door. Installed the gasket and moldings anyway. 2 thumbs up on the video man !!!

  4. bblazeff1 says:

    I'm the only tech at my company that will change these parts out. I enjoy it but them torque masters can be a real pain removing. I'm curious if you ever talked them into replacing the perimeter/frame heater to get rid of that sweating? It is surely the ultimate reason why that torque rod broke. Just my observation lol

  5. Don Love says:

    You forgot to mention on a multiple door line up to set door closer tesnsion to slam and make all the other doors pop open for a second! Haha.. enjoy your vids..
    Funny I just did 2 doors in a 13 door line up. . They were the cheap beer doors! 25 years old.. Anthony makes pretty good stuff.

  6. HVAC/R KNOXVILLE says:

    hi boss…can tell me if you have those Anthony door used for walk in cooler and I have to change the torque master but at the bottom of the door there is no frame (3 sides frame ) just the concrete .when I got there it was a piece of flat metal and the bad torque master and the metal was bolted to the floor ,so now I got stuck to put back the new torque master on flat metal piece that is falling apart …..is there any solution or part that I need to get to fix this problem ….thkxs chief

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