Wardrobe with sliding doors - loose connectors

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    Hi

    I have inherited a 3 door sliding wardrobe in a house that I have just purchased. The wardrobe is fine except that the connectors fixing the doors to the top rail keep slipping down, which means that the doors cannot properly slide on the railing.

    Picture is attached, although it is not at the right angle (it should 45 degrees clockwise). The previous owner tried to keep the connectors up using some sort of plaster but it is not working. Any help would be highly appreciated.

    Thank you.

     
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    It looks like good 'ole Blue Tac :p
    Usually these brackets are screwed to the doors.....has this been done?
    If it has and the screw holes are ruined, consider bolting through - if the heads can be hidden.
    John :)
     
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    Thank you very much everyone for your help. This forum is a lifesaver.
     
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