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What make is the mask, that a good place to start
Yes, seal the window as though there was no trim there then squidge the trim onto the wet silicone and then fine seal the trim to window
Internal height of the floor dependant why not measure the new door taller so you have little or no gap then just seal with silicone?
Why is the glass and frame wet? I would peel off that loose trim and investigate whats behind it, its likely a void otherwise the trim wouldn't be...
Remove the glass to allow the frame to flex, slide in a very rigid wide scraper between the frame and opener and lever the opener over the frame keep
No reason that won't lift off, try harder, perhaps my make a lever and fulcrum for the bottom to ease it up
As above, I'd even go as far to say that looks like Halo profile so may give you a starting point
Pretty certain a direct replacement won't be available now, that's an anglian window at least 30 years old, you'd probably need to replace the...
It's anodized aluminum so will probably not accept paint very well, would also wear away over time
Expanding foam, trim it flat and reapply new trim
That's a low profile aluminum threshold, some manufacturers ask the question whether a low threshold is required if not then the same section is...
Upol Plast X plastic filler
You need to press on this area and it releases that little tooth from under the plastic clip
Poke it from inside in the gap between the...
If it's an old zenith staybrite window the clip is spring loaded so from inside side of the window remove and gaskets which you probably already...
Yes you can, wouldn't hurt at all not having a centre screw
Looking at your third picture you can see a hexagonal logo, so its a 'Hoppe' handle and googling Hoppe 216N does bring a few results but not...
The mould defo looks like condensation mould, possibly a cold spot caused by bringing the cavity or an external draught causing an isolated cold spot
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