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Replacing broken window in wooden shed

Veni Vidi Vici

Well-known Member
My wooden 8x6 shed has got one broken window. How do you replace these, any ideas anyone? It looks like its one long piece of glass that has been slotted into the length of the shed, so the whole pane would need to come out, however surely that means dismantling the shed?

Help !!!
 

nheather

Distinguished Member
Usually held in with some wooden beading (usually on the outside but could be on the inside).

The beading is usually pinned in so you need to prise them out - the glass should then flop out, you replace it and pin the beading back to keep it in place.

That's how my shed window works anyway.

Cheers,

Nigel
 

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