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    Quote Originally Posted by RR-MAN View Post
    Very unlikely

    You are removing the frame not the actual glass.

    Like the others said, remove calk and screws and you should be good. If you need tools swing by my place. Need Window removal...
    Yep. The window with the frame around it should come out in one piece. You don't have to break it


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    Now that I look at it on my computer it looks like the trim on the outside with the screws going into the frame around the window is what you need to pull out. Take the trim off around the window and the pane will either be siliconed or have push pins holding the pane in maybe both. Remove whatever it is and pull the pane of glass then replace when your are done with silicone and push pins. If you are careful you should have no problems just don't force anything. If it is just a single pane it is probably tempered (look for the tempered sticker) If it is just don't put pressure on the edges that's how they break. If it is plate it looks like 3/8 i don't think you will have a problem either way.

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    What is the frame made of? Aluminum, vinyl, wood

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    Maybe they just want extra $!!

    Thanks for offer John but I got some tools

    Yeh those hex screws need to come out to get that frame off.

    Itís double pane. I donít see any stickers

    Frame looks to be aluminum.




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    Ok well if it double pane you are probably going to have to pull the whole frame. Lets investigate!! I would pull the caulk around the brick and see if the frame goes behind the brick and then pull the exterior trim and see if I could pull the pane. It may be a remodel window and you get lucky and unscrew it and pull the whole thing. Let me know when you pull the trim and see if the frame goes behind the brick.

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    Ok Iíll let u know n couple weeks when I get key to house lol


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    What do you need keys for its outside. Lol. Cant get it if you cant have the tank!!

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    Lol not my house yet!


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