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Do-It-Yourself Projects
Replacing Window Door Glass
By Scott Wallace/autoMedia.com
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Degree of DifficultyDifficult
Difficult
Estimated Time240 minutes
240 minutes
Step 5 - The white clip should be supporting a pane of glass. It's not, but it will.
White Clip Will Support the Glass
Use gloves to remove any hunks of glass that might still be together - window tinting will cause that.
Step 6 - Be careful when removing the remnants of the pane. I suggest gloves. This shows how tinted window ends up when broken.
Use Gloves to Remove Glass Remnants
Use a shop vacuum to get the rest of the cubits out and carefully dispose in the trash.
Step 7 - Use a shop vacuum to keep things sharp and professional. Take your time to get all the pieces out.
A Shop Vacuum Will Help Get Out the Pieces
Step 8 - Some of the pieces can be a pain to get out. You can use a screwdriver to scrape any jammed pieces.
Dislodge Jammed Pieces with a Screwdriver
Step 9 - The weatherstripping needs to be removed so you can slide the new piece of glass into the door. Another instance where gentle patience will help you keep things nice and unbent.
Remove Weatherstripping
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