Leaking UPVC Conservatory Picture Window

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Good evening,

I have a leaking window in a conservatory, it appears to be leaking out of the bottom left of the frame. I checked and there are no drainage or weep holes I think this is correct for non opening windows. I checked another non leaking frame and it also did not have any weep holes.

The window is full of water and definitely needs replacing, I will order a replacement now. Would this be the cause of the leak or is there also potentially a leak on one of the seals?

I tried removing the seal/gasket but it is solid and I can't seem to remove it, am I being gentle or can it not be replaced on these windows?

Kind regards
 

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So I took a bit of seal of a dry section and it is in fact glued as shown in the photo, it doesn't look like any replacement seal I can buy.

Anyone know if you can replace the seals on this stuff?
 

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