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Old 06-16-2011, 09:32 AM   #11
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Old 06-16-2011, 09:12 PM   #12
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OK...Ok...hello....you guys with me Poor Lady F. is floating away....

Anyway - I have never tried to remove my screens, just slid them back and forth. I cant recall ever trying to get them out. My best guess is they would flex a little bit and could be popped out using some type of small plastic tool so as not to mar the surface.
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Old 06-27-2011, 10:18 PM   #13
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tafische had the idea! Finally got the sreens (Cleer Vision windows) to slide out by opening the sliding window, then moving the screen by sliding it out
(radius end). There is enough flex in the end of the screen frame, by pulling from the middle of the radius end, and sliding it out. There are no springs, nor clips holding the screen. It's a tight fit, and harder to get back in than it is to get it out.
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Well there is one in a row....

Glad that worked out. How did the tint job go?
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tafische had the idea! Finally got the sreens (Cleer Vision windows) to slide out by opening the sliding window, then moving the screen by sliding it out
(radius end). There is enough flex in the end of the screen frame, by pulling from the middle of the radius end, and sliding it out. There are no springs, nor clips holding the screen. It's a tight fit, and harder to get back in than it is to get it out.
What is a "radius end"?

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The tint job went well.

For lack of a better term, I called the end of the screen with the rounded corners the "radius end". The other end of the sliding screen has squared ends.
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We had fixed up the windows screens one year before while we are admitting into the flat, But not tried to remove them till now. We have a big problem with the pets and insects and so we won't remove them any time.
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When I did my windows I just slid the screen over to the other side did that window then slid it back to do the other side...
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