Without looking at my sliding door, I believe the glider has 4 wheels and runs on both sides of the track so you can’t remove the door as you would if the wheels are only on one side of the track. If it is on one side only you can pull the bottom of the door up at an angle to manipulate the door off of the track, but you might not have enough room to get it at the proper angle. The track is held up by 3 or 4 screws and the valance is just dressing for the track. I would first try to take the track down with the door still hanging by the one glider. You would need help holding and lifting. Just move the door left or right as required to access the screws. To reattach the glider first inspect the front glider to make sure it isn’t ready to let loose as well. I would refill all the screw holes in the top of the door with wood scewers the size of the holes, found at dollar type stores or a splinter from any piece of wood using wood glue. Use a pva wood glue that should dry in an hour then pre drill with a smaller size bit and reinstall the screws and rehang the track with the door still on it. If that doesn’t work disassemble the valance, guessing the screws are behind the large plastic buttons, for better access.
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