After seeing several post of members have leaking windows after only a few years, I decided to take some preventative action and reseal my windows.
This is a really easy job, took maybe a 1 1/2hrs to do three windows and most of that is due to all the screws!!
Note, make sure you have a helper handy to hold the window, it is very possible they could fall once all the screws on trim ring are removed.
I started with with the tiny window above the sink, to get a feel for how this would go. You will of course need to remove the blind to get to the top screws. Once the screws are all out the trim ring may or may not, fall right off. If it doesn't, and on the larger windows it didn't, I just left in in place, makes it a little easier to align all the screw holes.
I used a plastic scraper to remove the old weather strip, then used some Goo Gone to remove some the sticky residue and dirt. I didn't spend alot of time trying to get all the old adhesive off, I don't really think it will matter that much. I also cleaned the area around the window opening. I then used 1/8" thick by 3/4" wide butyl tape. Make sure to keep it along the outside edge of the window flange and work it carefully around the corners. Don't stretch it.
The blinds on the other two windows also need to be taken down, I removed the "shelf" they are attached to, just a heads up, there's a screw in the middle that's kind of hard to see at first.
When it comes to putting them back in, the windows on mine had spacers along the bottom and on each side, so it's fairly easy to get them lined up. I have seen some pics where the windows are off center, these were actually fairly well centered. The weather strip, however, was not. You can see in the first pic where it looks the window is off, actually it's the seal that's off, it isn't going all the way to the edge on that corner.
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