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Old 10-11-2014, 07:27 PM   #1
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Replacing small bedroom window!!

HR Specter 2003. Some wks ago the lawnmower thru a stone and it crack the passenger side bedroom window. I finally looked at it the other day and tried to figure out how to remove old window. Looked inside the window and outside but could not figure out how to remove the stationery window. Any help will be appreciated.
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First remove the shade and valence, unscrew the window frame from the inside. Then the window can be pushed outward while slipping a plastic blade between the outside window frame and sidewall to separate the putty sealant. Once the window is removed and on a table, the frame can be unbolted, separated, and the stationary window can be removed from the window track.

At least this is what I did to repair my window. My Window was made by Hehr.
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Thanks for the information. Now I need to get a new window and install it. Any ideas on where I can get a replacement?



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First remove the shade and valence, unscrew the window frame from the inside. Then the window can be pushed outward while slipping a plastic blade between the outside window frame and sidewall to separate the putty sealant. Once the window is removed and on a table, the frame can be unbolted, separated, and the stationary window can be removed from the window track.

At least this is what I did to repair my window. My Window was made by Hehr.
This is exactly how I did mine, but I broke a big window. I made the mistake of ordering a new window from the factory, do not make this same mistake. You can get a window made locally for half the money and half the time. If you also look around online, you can find other places to make you a window, whatever you do, don't buy the horse manure that the factory will fit just right, because it won't.

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