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Reglazing metal casement window

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by AnonymousImport, 26 Nov 2002.

This topic originated from the How to page called Repairing a broken window - Part 2.

  1. AnonymousImport

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    Where can I buy the metal clips required to hold the window in place during the glazing process? I live in Los Angeles.
     
  2. chgomike

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    CR Laurence Co - Los Angeles
     
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  4. cobweb

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    Why are you posting on a question that's nearly a year old? You have to guess they got the problem soted out before now!

    Unless this guest's a Troll, of course.
     
  5. breezer

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    cobweb if you notice quite often people reply to a post without reading the date of when it was origonaly posted, i must assume they are so overwhelmed that they "know the answer" the do not look at the date of posting, and are just trying to be helpful.

    It is similar with posting a plumbing question in the "general" forum again people do not read.

    Any one else have a view?
     
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  7. masona

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    I did the same thing when I first started but got better as you go along and depend how often you use it.The problem with forum or websites is that there're getting better and improving all the time and can be too much to learn in one go.I always learnt the hardest way. :confused:
     
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