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Old 05-02-2016, 06:20 PM   #1
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Screen Door repair?

Has anyone had to repair their screen door? The bottom left corner screen material has pulled out of the frame. We are hoping there is a relatively easy repair for this. Thanks, Celia and Jerry
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Old 05-02-2016, 07:23 PM   #2
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Has anyone had to repair their screen door? The bottom left corner screen material has pulled out of the frame. We are hoping there is a relatively easy repair for this. Thanks, Celia and Jerry

This does happen. You can simply tuck it back in to the black tabs. It's not permanently attached to them. Once you've tucked it back in, operate the door a few times and it will smooth it out.
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We have used that "repair" trick before...and wish that was the answer this time. The actual screen fabric has torn free from the side frame:-( Talked to ETI this afternoon - it will take an entire new cartridge and that will have to be installed into the housing. Our only other option is to buy a whole new screen door. We're debating which option to try...
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We have used that "repair" trick before...and wish that was the answer this time. The actual screen fabric has torn free from the side frame:-( Talked to ETI this afternoon - it will take an entire new cartridge and that will have to be installed into the housing. Our only other option is to buy a whole new screen door. We're debating which option to try...
Oh, I see - It's separated from the side. Yep, the only option there is to replace the screen cartridge. If it was a choice between replacing the entire assembly or just the cartridge, I'd go with the cartridge and save some bucks.
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Where does one get a cartridge?
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:03 PM   #6
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ETI said to contact the company "Seiki" and look for the Vista + screen. Our research will continue...
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ETI said to contact the company "Seiki" and look for the Vista + screen. Our research will continue...
The product page mentions that mesh replacement cartridges are available, but there's no link to them.

SEIKI SCREEN SYSTEMS | Products | Vista Screen:Overview

I'd use the contact us form: https://ssl.seikiscreensystems.com/contacts/index.php
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Thank you, we have sent the company an email requesting assist with our replacement cartridge:-)
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Old 05-03-2016, 01:12 PM   #9
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Found it. Looks like they're $50 plus $15 ship. May be coming from Japan.
SEIKI SCREEN SYSTEMS | Replacement Parts

Not sure if it's the left or right as I don't know if they mean looking from the outside or the inside.
Here is the link into their general shopping area, which you can't seem to find on their website.
http://www.seikiscreensystems.com/shopping/list.html
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Seiki sent me a shopping site to check out...and the replacement screen cartridge is listed at $32 with the shipping costs. There also was a tiny note on the site that it was only for Canadian shipping
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