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Posted on Crap, I broke an Anderson window.

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#1 posted 07-04-2015 08:50 PM



If you can take the insulated unit out of the frame, you can cut the broken pc off of the spacer that is filled with desiccant. Then you can order a new pc of glass from any glass shop and silicone the window back on. The only thing you won t be able to do is fill the window with any kind of gas (typically, argon and krypton). I would try this rout first before buying any new unit.
Units are normally sealed with butyl or polysulphide but silicone will work.

- woodust


That’s exactly what I was going to suggest, did the same repair for a friend(smaller window)all it cost him was a few $ for the glass and a tube of silicone adhesive.

-- Ken from Ontario, Canada


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