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Old 11-14-2020, 03:40 PM   #1
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Someone broke out sliding window

Went out this morning to find broken pieces of glass on the ground.... A rock, a bb, who knows... Someone broke one of my sliding glass window panes.....

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Can I replace just the broken pane?

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Check with TV Glass Solutions. They have shops located around the US.
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Window is a 23x48 slider only one of the windows was broken....
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Are they double pane windows?

Many have replaced the seal between the glass. Only difference is you'll have to have a piece of glass cut to size. The glass comes out of the frame. A DYI job or have it done.
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