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Endura Flap Replacement Flaps

Endura Flap Replacement Flaps

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  • Replace worn Endura Flap pet door flaps with original manufacturer's replacement; flaps are sold individually (if replacing a Wall Mounted pet door flap we suggest ordering new  Threaded Wall Stud to make reinstallation process easier)
  • Compatible with all Endura Flap Pet Doors, including doors, walls, and glass installations
  • Available in sizes small to extra-large, ensuring the perfect fit for your pet door
  • Clear, flexible, and environmentally friendly flap designed for durability and weather resistance
  • Includes a new flap, pivot washers, magnet set, and hole plugs (if needed)
  • 2 sets of hole plugs are sent with the replacement flap: Original Design pet doors have square joints in the corners require the set of 8 large hole plugs, and the E2 Design has 45° angled joints in the corners and requires the set of 4 smaller hole plugs
  • Thermo Panels, Thermo Sashes and New Pet Door Guys in the Glass do not require hole plugs
  • Frame Color selection is for Hole plugs on the Door Mount, Wall Mount and Severe Weather panels only (select white if you have a Brushed Aluminum Thermo Panel or Thermo Sash) 

Product Details


Upgrade your weathered Endura Flap pet door with our high-quality Endura Flap Replacement Flaps. Designed to fit all Endura Flap Pet Doors, including door, wall, and glass installations, our replacement flaps provide the perfect solution to refresh your worn doggy door without the need for a complete replacement.

The replacement flaps come in sizes ranging from small to extra-large, ensuring an exact fit for your existing pet door. Each flap is made from a clear, flexible, and environmentally friendly polyolefin-based polymer material, designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and provide long-lasting durability.

The Endura Flap Replacement Flap package includes everything you need for a simple and seamless installation process. With a new flap, pivot washers, magnet set, and hole plugs, you can quickly restore your pet door's functionality and maintain energy efficiency in your home.

Don't let a worn flap keep your pets from enjoying their freedom. Choose our Endura Flap Replacement Flaps to rejuvenate your pet door and provide a reliable, weather-resistant access point for your furry friends.

Features:

  • Easy replacement process restores the functionality of your existing pet door
  • Designed to withstand extreme weather conditions, maintaining energy efficiency
  • Package includes all necessary components for a seamless flap replacement
  • Durable materials ensure a long-lasting solution for your pet's access needs

Full instructions for every Endura Flap variant can be found here. 

Size Chart

Flap SizeFlap DimensionRough Cut OutOutside Frame Dimension
Small6" w x 11" h8 3⁄8" w x 15" h9 7⁄16" w x 15 3⁄4" h
Medium8 " w x 15" h10 1⁄2" w x 19" h11 1⁄2" w x 20" h
Large10" w x 19" h12 1⁄2" w x 23" h13 9⁄16" w x 23 5⁄8" h
Extra Large12" w x 23" h14 5⁄8" w x 27 1⁄8" h15 5⁄8" w x 28" h

Additional Information

Flap Colors

Translucent

Installation Instructions

Door/Wall Mount & Vinyl Panel

Click to view the Double Flap Door Mount Replacement Flap Instructions.

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 09
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 04

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings
  • 8 Hole Plugs*

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver
  • Drill

*Replacement flaps come with two sets of hole plugs, but you will only need to use one on your flap. For your door, use the set of 8 large hole plugs and discard the set of 4 smaller hole plugs.

Step 1 Remove the Hole Plugs

  • First remove the Endura Flap from the door or wall.
  • To do this, you will need to remove the hole plugs. Don't worry, we sent you some extra ones!
  • You can drill a hole in each plug and wiggle the plug out with a screwdriver to pull them off.

Step 2 Unscrew the Frame

  • Use the Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws that were under the hole plugs from the frame then remove the entire flap assembly from the door or wall.
  • Carefully bend the tabs holding the tunnel together upwards until horizontal, then remove the long side pieces of the tunnel by sliding them off of the flattened tabs.
  • You can use the flathead screwdriver to get it started. Careful! The tabs may snap off if bent too much.

Step 3 Remove Retainer Ring

  • Look for a metal rod at the top of the flap frame—remove one of the circular metal retaining rings by forcing it off with a flathead screwdriver.
  • You only need to remove one retainer ring.

Step 4 Remove the Rod

  • Push the metal rod through the flap frame until it comes out on the other side.
  • Pull the rod out and remove the flap.

Step 5 Expand the Bellows

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).
  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting. To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 6 Check the Magnets

  • Before installing your new flap you should check to make sure that the magnets in the flap and the frame are attracting correctly.
  • If they seem to be repelling, you probably need to flip the flap around so they work properly.

Step 7 Position the New Flap

  • Guide the metal rod back through the flap and frame.

Step 8 Install Retainer Ring

  • Push a new retainer ring on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 9 Re-Install the Pet Door

  • Reinstall the flap assembly into the door, wall, or panel. Line the holes up so you can see light through them, then screw them into place.
  • Do not overtighten.
  • Install the new hole plugs using a rubber mallet or another non-metal tool such as a hammer and wood.
  • Use the set of 8 large hole plugs only. Discard the set of 4 smaller hole plugs.

Thermo/Quick Panel & Sliding Window

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 11
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 00

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver

Step 1 Position the Panel

  • Lay the panel down on its edge, so that you can see the screw holes that are on the sides of the panel.

Step 2 Remove the Bottom Screws

  • Remove the two screws nearest to the bottom of the panel on both sides.

Step 3 Loosen the Second Set of Screws

  • Locate the second set of screws, right under the glass on either side.
  • Loosen each screw a quarter turn.

Step 4 Remove the Flap

  • Slide the flap assembly out of the bottom of the panel.
  • ou may need a soft mallet to knock it loose. If so, it’s easiest to rotate the flap out and tap the bottom magnetic threshold with the mallet.

Step 5 Locate Flap Rod

  • Locate the rod that holds the flap.
  • If you have retainer rings that are holding the rod in place then you can pop one off using the flat head screwdriver.
  • Then slide the rod out and remove the old flap.
  • Slide the rod out and remove the old flap.

Step 6 Check the Magnets

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).

Step 7 Loosen the Bellows

  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting.
  • To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 8 Position the New Flap

  • Guide the rod through the flap and frame.
  • If you removed a retainer ring, put a new one on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 9 Re-Install Flap Assembly

  • Slide the flap assembly back in place in the bottom of the panel.
  • Be sure that the tracks for the locking cover are on the same side as the height adjustment locks at the top of the panel.

Step 10 Attach Bottom Piece

  • Screw in the bottom piece with the two screws that you removed.

Step 11 Tighten Middle Screws

  • Tighten the screws that are under the glass.

Sash Window Panel

Installation icon Printable Version
Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 09
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 00

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver

Step 1 Position the Panel

  • Lay the sash panel down on its side so that you can see the screw holes on the sides by the flap.

Step 2 Remove Screws

  • Remove the two screws nearest to the side of the flap on both the top and bottom using the Phillips head screwdriver and the electric drill.

Step 3 Remove Side Piece

  • Slide out the side piece so that you can access the rod at the top of the flap.

Step 4 Remove Retainer Ring

  • If you have retainer rings, you will need to loosen the middle set of screws and remove the entire flap and frame assembly from the unit. Then you can pop one ring off using the flat head screwdriver.
  • If there is not a ring, instead of loosening screws and removing the flap frame assembly you can keep the assembly in place and slide just the rod out towards you to remove the flap.

Step 5 Remove Old Flap

  • Remove the old flap.
  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).

Step 6 Stretch the Bellows

  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting.
  • To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 7 Position the New Flap

  • Slide the rod back through the top of the flap.

Step 8 Re-Install Flap Assembly

  • If you removed the entire flap and frame assembly and one of the retainer rings, install a new retainer ring with the teeth pointing out away from the flap and slide the entire assembly back into place.
  • Be sure that the tracks for the locking cover are on the same side as the width adjustment locks at the other end.

Step 9 Re-Install Side Piece

  • Screw the side piece that holds the flap assembly back in place with the two screws that you removed. If you loosened screws in the middle to remove the flap frame, tighten them back down.

Single Flap Door Mount (E2 Design)

Click to view the Double Flap Door Mount Replacement Flap Instructions.

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 06
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 05

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings
  • 4 Hole Plugs*

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver
  • Drill

*Replacement flaps come with two sets of hole plugs, but you will only need to use one on your flap. For your door, use the smaller 4 hole plugs and discard the larger set of 8.

Step 1 REMOVE THE SCREWS

  • Remove the screws from the interior frame with the Phillips head screwdriver.
  • As needed, cut through any caulking to remove the frame you are replacing the flap for.

Step 2 REMOVE THE FLAP ROD

  • Look for a metal rod at the top of the flap frame—remove one of the circular metal retaining rings by forcing it off with a flathead screwdriver.
  • You only need to remove one retainer ring.
  • Push the metal rod through the flap frame until it comes out on the other side. Pull the rod out and remove the flap.

Step 3 REPLACE THE FLAP

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).
  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting. To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 4 REINSTALL THE ROD

  • Guide the metal rod back through the flap and frame.
  • Push a new retainer ring on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 5 REINSTALL FLAP ASSEMBLY

  • Reinstall the flap assembly into the opening, then screw them into place.
  • Do not overtighten.
  • Install the included new set of hole plugs by pressing them on by hand.
  • Use the set of 4 smaller hole plugs only; discard the set of 8 larger hole plugs.
  • Do not caulk the bottom edge of the outside frame. This provides water drainage for the unit.

FAQ

Does the Endura Flap replacement come with the rod?

The rod must be purchased separately, as 99.9% of the time, the rod will be re-usable even if your pet tears up the flap. Endura Flap Replacement rods can be purchased from EnduraFlap.com

Why is the double flap Endura door 1" shorter than the single flap version?

The single flap and double flap patio pacific replacement flap will be identical, although the space available for the pet to go through changes due to the thickness of the flap. The only reason we say the double flap is shorter is because you have 2 flaps that will hit each other as the pet is going in or out. Since the flap is about 7/8" thick when the first hits the second, you lose that amount of space at the top. This image may give you a better understanding of the situation we are explaining.

Can I use this replacement Endura Flap on pet doors from a different manufacturer?

No, this flap is only compatible with Endura Flap Pet Doors. If you need replacement flaps for any Ideal Pet Product, Petsafe Pet Doors, High Tech Pet doors, or any other brand, please check out our full list of replacement flaps.

What does the flap come with?

It comes with hole plugs, pivot washers, and magnets for the bottom of the flap.

How do I replace the flap?

You can visit the 'Videos' tab for detailed instructions on how to replace the flap.

Do I need to remove the frame to take out the flap?

Yes. There is a video on how to replace the flap in the 'Videos' tab.

How do I know what size I need?

You can measure your flap dimensions and compare them to the 'Flap Size' in the size chart.

Will this fit into an Patio Pacific Endura Flap pet door I have purchased over 20 years ago?

Nope, we just started making the Endura Flap in 2004, so if you have an older door it is possible you have a PetSafe brand Classic pet door. The Petsafe Classic pet door has also been discontinued. You can still purchase new replacement flaps, but it might be time to replace it with the Petsafe Freedom Aluminum pet patio door or a different deluxe patio pet door for extreme weather conditions.

How many magnets come with the flaps?

The small and medium come with one magnet and the large and extra-large have 2. Note the extra large replacement flap did use to have 3 magnets.

Can I purchase the magnets separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

Can I purchase the retainer clip separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

Can I purchase the hole plugs separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

What's the difference between the patio pacific replacement flap and the Endura Flap replacement flap?

Patio Pacific is the corporate name of the company that manufactures the Endura Flap line of pet doors. If you flap has America's Finest Pet Doors Patio Pacific or Endura Flap on it, they are the same door.

Are the instructions the same for replacing Endura Flap flaps on each model?

No. Your replacement flap will come with specific instructions and we recommend that you watch the corresponding video found on the Video Tab of this page.

My Thermo Panel does not have the hole plugs and brass retainer rings - where do these Endura Flap parts go?

The replacement flap packets are designed to be universal for all Endura Flap models. You do not need those parts for your panel so be creative and incorporate them into an art project or discard them, your choice.

Where can I find an Endurance Flap Replacement?

To our knowledge, there is no Endurance Flap Replacement. It is a strong possibility that you may be looking for the Endura Flap replacement flap.

Does the replacement Endura Flap come with instructions on how to change it?

Yes, It will come with instructions. We also recommend that you watch the appropriate video found on the Videos tab on this page.

Is the Patio Pacific Endura Replacement Flap the same as the Endura Flap Replacement Flaps?

Yes. Patio Pacific is the corporate name and Endura Flap is the brand.

Are there any other extreme weather pet doors you could recommend?

The High Tech Power pet smart door is a good electronic pet door alternative. An economical option would be the Ideal Ruff Weather patio panel insert or the Ideal Deluxe pet door.

I have an Endura Flap cat flap. Can I still use it for my dogs?

Some pet owners can have their cats and dogs share a cat flap if it's a small dog using a large to super large sized cat flap. Otherwise, it might be best to invest in a new doggie door that can comfortably fit both pets.

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is calculated at checkout.

Warranty

Warranty Type: Lifetime

Duration: Lifetime of the product.

Coverage: Defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use.

Exclusions:

  • Damage caused by misuse or not using the product as intended.

  • Improper installation.

  • Damage caused by chewing.

View the full Endura Flap warranty policy. 



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Size Chart

Flap SizeFlap DimensionRough Cut OutOutside Frame Dimension
Small6" w x 11" h8 3⁄8" w x 15" h9 7⁄16" w x 15 3⁄4" h
Medium8 " w x 15" h10 1⁄2" w x 19" h11 1⁄2" w x 20" h
Large10" w x 19" h12 1⁄2" w x 23" h13 9⁄16" w x 23 5⁄8" h
Extra Large12" w x 23" h14 5⁄8" w x 27 1⁄8" h15 5⁄8" w x 28" h

Flap Colors

Translucent

Installation Instructions

Door/Wall Mount & Vinyl Panel

Click to view the Double Flap Door Mount Replacement Flap Instructions.

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 09
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 04

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings
  • 8 Hole Plugs*

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver
  • Drill

*Replacement flaps come with two sets of hole plugs, but you will only need to use one on your flap. For your door, use the set of 8 large hole plugs and discard the set of 4 smaller hole plugs.

Step 1 Remove the Hole Plugs

  • First remove the Endura Flap from the door or wall.
  • To do this, you will need to remove the hole plugs. Don't worry, we sent you some extra ones!
  • You can drill a hole in each plug and wiggle the plug out with a screwdriver to pull them off.

Step 2 Unscrew the Frame

  • Use the Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws that were under the hole plugs from the frame then remove the entire flap assembly from the door or wall.
  • Carefully bend the tabs holding the tunnel together upwards until horizontal, then remove the long side pieces of the tunnel by sliding them off of the flattened tabs.
  • You can use the flathead screwdriver to get it started. Careful! The tabs may snap off if bent too much.

Step 3 Remove Retainer Ring

  • Look for a metal rod at the top of the flap frame—remove one of the circular metal retaining rings by forcing it off with a flathead screwdriver.
  • You only need to remove one retainer ring.

Step 4 Remove the Rod

  • Push the metal rod through the flap frame until it comes out on the other side.
  • Pull the rod out and remove the flap.

Step 5 Expand the Bellows

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).
  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting. To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 6 Check the Magnets

  • Before installing your new flap you should check to make sure that the magnets in the flap and the frame are attracting correctly.
  • If they seem to be repelling, you probably need to flip the flap around so they work properly.

Step 7 Position the New Flap

  • Guide the metal rod back through the flap and frame.

Step 8 Install Retainer Ring

  • Push a new retainer ring on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 9 Re-Install the Pet Door

  • Reinstall the flap assembly into the door, wall, or panel. Line the holes up so you can see light through them, then screw them into place.
  • Do not overtighten.
  • Install the new hole plugs using a rubber mallet or another non-metal tool such as a hammer and wood.
  • Use the set of 8 large hole plugs only. Discard the set of 4 smaller hole plugs.

Thermo/Quick Panel & Sliding Window

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 11
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 00

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver

Step 1 Position the Panel

  • Lay the panel down on its edge, so that you can see the screw holes that are on the sides of the panel.

Step 2 Remove the Bottom Screws

  • Remove the two screws nearest to the bottom of the panel on both sides.

Step 3 Loosen the Second Set of Screws

  • Locate the second set of screws, right under the glass on either side.
  • Loosen each screw a quarter turn.

Step 4 Remove the Flap

  • Slide the flap assembly out of the bottom of the panel.
  • ou may need a soft mallet to knock it loose. If so, it’s easiest to rotate the flap out and tap the bottom magnetic threshold with the mallet.

Step 5 Locate Flap Rod

  • Locate the rod that holds the flap.
  • If you have retainer rings that are holding the rod in place then you can pop one off using the flat head screwdriver.
  • Then slide the rod out and remove the old flap.
  • Slide the rod out and remove the old flap.

Step 6 Check the Magnets

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).

Step 7 Loosen the Bellows

  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting.
  • To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 8 Position the New Flap

  • Guide the rod through the flap and frame.
  • If you removed a retainer ring, put a new one on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 9 Re-Install Flap Assembly

  • Slide the flap assembly back in place in the bottom of the panel.
  • Be sure that the tracks for the locking cover are on the same side as the height adjustment locks at the top of the panel.

Step 10 Attach Bottom Piece

  • Screw in the bottom piece with the two screws that you removed.

Step 11 Tighten Middle Screws

  • Tighten the screws that are under the glass.

Sash Window Panel

Installation icon Printable Version
Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 09
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 03
Installation icon Flags 00

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver

Step 1 Position the Panel

  • Lay the sash panel down on its side so that you can see the screw holes on the sides by the flap.

Step 2 Remove Screws

  • Remove the two screws nearest to the side of the flap on both the top and bottom using the Phillips head screwdriver and the electric drill.

Step 3 Remove Side Piece

  • Slide out the side piece so that you can access the rod at the top of the flap.

Step 4 Remove Retainer Ring

  • If you have retainer rings, you will need to loosen the middle set of screws and remove the entire flap and frame assembly from the unit. Then you can pop one ring off using the flat head screwdriver.
  • If there is not a ring, instead of loosening screws and removing the flap frame assembly you can keep the assembly in place and slide just the rod out towards you to remove the flap.

Step 5 Remove Old Flap

  • Remove the old flap.
  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).

Step 6 Stretch the Bellows

  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting.
  • To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 7 Position the New Flap

  • Slide the rod back through the top of the flap.

Step 8 Re-Install Flap Assembly

  • If you removed the entire flap and frame assembly and one of the retainer rings, install a new retainer ring with the teeth pointing out away from the flap and slide the entire assembly back into place.
  • Be sure that the tracks for the locking cover are on the same side as the width adjustment locks at the other end.

Step 9 Re-Install Side Piece

  • Screw the side piece that holds the flap assembly back in place with the two screws that you removed. If you loosened screws in the middle to remove the flap frame, tighten them back down.

Single Flap Door Mount (E2 Design)

Click to view the Double Flap Door Mount Replacement Flap Instructions.

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 06
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 Hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 05

Parts

  • 1 Replacement Flap
  • 3 Retainer Rings
  • 4 Hole Plugs*

Tools

  • Magnetic Phillips head #2 screwdriver
  • Flat head screwdriver
  • Drill

*Replacement flaps come with two sets of hole plugs, but you will only need to use one on your flap. For your door, use the smaller 4 hole plugs and discard the larger set of 8.

Step 1 REMOVE THE SCREWS

  • Remove the screws from the interior frame with the Phillips head screwdriver.
  • As needed, cut through any caulking to remove the frame you are replacing the flap for.

Step 2 REMOVE THE FLAP ROD

  • Look for a metal rod at the top of the flap frame—remove one of the circular metal retaining rings by forcing it off with a flathead screwdriver.
  • You only need to remove one retainer ring.
  • Push the metal rod through the flap frame until it comes out on the other side. Pull the rod out and remove the flap.

Step 3 REPLACE THE FLAP

  • Position the new flap in place in the frame and make sure the magnets are attracting correctly. If they are not, try flipping the flap around (switching the interior and exterior faces).
  • Sometimes the bellows (accordion-like sides of the flap) contract during shipping and prevent the magnets from attracting. To fix this, remove the pivot washers from the top corners of the flap and use a blow dryer to lightly heat the bellows and stretch them back out.

Step 4 REINSTALL THE ROD

  • Guide the metal rod back through the flap and frame.
  • Push a new retainer ring on by holding the other side of the rod in place while pushing the ring on with your fingers.
  • Each side only needs one ring, and the teeth need to be bent facing away from the flap. If you’re having difficulties putting the new ring on, try flipping the ring around so the teeth are facing the opposite direction.

Step 5 REINSTALL FLAP ASSEMBLY

  • Reinstall the flap assembly into the opening, then screw them into place.
  • Do not overtighten.
  • Install the included new set of hole plugs by pressing them on by hand.
  • Use the set of 4 smaller hole plugs only; discard the set of 8 larger hole plugs.
  • Do not caulk the bottom edge of the outside frame. This provides water drainage for the unit.

FAQ

Does the Endura Flap replacement come with the rod?

The rod must be purchased separately, as 99.9% of the time, the rod will be re-usable even if your pet tears up the flap. Endura Flap Replacement rods can be purchased from EnduraFlap.com

Why is the double flap Endura door 1" shorter than the single flap version?

The single flap and double flap patio pacific replacement flap will be identical, although the space available for the pet to go through changes due to the thickness of the flap. The only reason we say the double flap is shorter is because you have 2 flaps that will hit each other as the pet is going in or out. Since the flap is about 7/8" thick when the first hits the second, you lose that amount of space at the top. This image may give you a better understanding of the situation we are explaining.

Can I use this replacement Endura Flap on pet doors from a different manufacturer?

No, this flap is only compatible with Endura Flap Pet Doors. If you need replacement flaps for any Ideal Pet Product, Petsafe Pet Doors, High Tech Pet doors, or any other brand, please check out our full list of replacement flaps.

What does the flap come with?

It comes with hole plugs, pivot washers, and magnets for the bottom of the flap.

How do I replace the flap?

You can visit the 'Videos' tab for detailed instructions on how to replace the flap.

Do I need to remove the frame to take out the flap?

Yes. There is a video on how to replace the flap in the 'Videos' tab.

How do I know what size I need?

You can measure your flap dimensions and compare them to the 'Flap Size' in the size chart.

Will this fit into an Patio Pacific Endura Flap pet door I have purchased over 20 years ago?

Nope, we just started making the Endura Flap in 2004, so if you have an older door it is possible you have a PetSafe brand Classic pet door. The Petsafe Classic pet door has also been discontinued. You can still purchase new replacement flaps, but it might be time to replace it with the Petsafe Freedom Aluminum pet patio door or a different deluxe patio pet door for extreme weather conditions.

How many magnets come with the flaps?

The small and medium come with one magnet and the large and extra-large have 2. Note the extra large replacement flap did use to have 3 magnets.

Can I purchase the magnets separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

Can I purchase the retainer clip separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

Can I purchase the hole plugs separately?

No, you would have to purchase those from the manufacturer.

What's the difference between the patio pacific replacement flap and the Endura Flap replacement flap?

Patio Pacific is the corporate name of the company that manufactures the Endura Flap line of pet doors. If you flap has America's Finest Pet Doors Patio Pacific or Endura Flap on it, they are the same door.

Are the instructions the same for replacing Endura Flap flaps on each model?

No. Your replacement flap will come with specific instructions and we recommend that you watch the corresponding video found on the Video Tab of this page.

My Thermo Panel does not have the hole plugs and brass retainer rings - where do these Endura Flap parts go?

The replacement flap packets are designed to be universal for all Endura Flap models. You do not need those parts for your panel so be creative and incorporate them into an art project or discard them, your choice.

Where can I find an Endurance Flap Replacement?

To our knowledge, there is no Endurance Flap Replacement. It is a strong possibility that you may be looking for the Endura Flap replacement flap.

Does the replacement Endura Flap come with instructions on how to change it?

Yes, It will come with instructions. We also recommend that you watch the appropriate video found on the Videos tab on this page.

Is the Patio Pacific Endura Replacement Flap the same as the Endura Flap Replacement Flaps?

Yes. Patio Pacific is the corporate name and Endura Flap is the brand.

Are there any other extreme weather pet doors you could recommend?

The High Tech Power pet smart door is a good electronic pet door alternative. An economical option would be the Ideal Ruff Weather patio panel insert or the Ideal Deluxe pet door.

I have an Endura Flap cat flap. Can I still use it for my dogs?

Some pet owners can have their cats and dogs share a cat flap if it's a small dog using a large to super large sized cat flap. Otherwise, it might be best to invest in a new doggie door that can comfortably fit both pets.

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is calculated at checkout.

Warranty

Warranty Type: Lifetime

Duration: Lifetime of the product.

Coverage: Defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use.

Exclusions:

  • Damage caused by misuse or not using the product as intended.

  • Improper installation.

  • Damage caused by chewing.

View the full Endura Flap warranty policy.