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Old 08-17-2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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Jalousie window repair

I bumped my shoulder into a pane of the Jalousie next to the door and it broke! Aghast, I looked through the forum for insight and then went and took a close look at the structure of the window. I taped the glass together before removing the pane, this one had been replaced before so the way out was pretty clear. I took the taped up glass over to a local glass shop and they cut me a piece and polished the edges in less that 10 minutes. Back home it slid into place and everything is peachy dandy again!
This forum sped the process and made it easier to get the job done.
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