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Does anyone know what these are called and where I can get replacements?

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by Michael1696, 30 Mar 2021.

  1. Michael1696

    Michael1696

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    Hi All,

    Sorry to bother you. I have a Everest secondary glazing and, I think these are called wedges, that keep the sliding pains snug are breaking. Does anyone know if they are called that and where I can get replacements? Drawing a blank online.... Window 1.jpg Window 2.jpg Window 3.jpg Window 4.jpg
     
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    Have you tried contacting Everest?
     
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  4. Michael1696

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    I have...*crickets*
     
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    Good luck with that Everest went into Administration last year and got bought out by the directors ( now called Everest 2020 ),I will be very surprised if they have any information on old installations and , on top of that, normally the likes of Anglian and Everest won't sell you individual parts, they'd rather sell you a new window
     
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    Thanks Ronnie! I suspected as much. Was hoping maybe someone may have some old spares or know where to get something that can do the same job...
     
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    Meaning this semi-seriously, find someone with a 3D printer and replicate that way?
     
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  9. Michael1696

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    Interesting idea...there may be one at work. I don't know anything about them but in the absence of something else....
     
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    Thank you so much for the idea...really helpful.
     
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