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Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Sash Replacement Guide

Sash Replacement

for Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Read all instructions carefully before attempting this procedure. If you have any questions about your ability to complete the procedure, call Andersen at 1-888-888-7020 for further direction. Andersen WindowCare® service center hours are Monday through Friday, 7 AM to 7PM Central Time and Saturday, 8AM to 4 PM Central Time. Thank you for choosing Andersen® products.

Proper assembly, installation and maintenance of Andersen products is essential if the benefits of experienced product design and engineering, quality materials, and skilled workmanship are to be fully attained. General recommendations regarding assembly and installation are guidelines only. Every assembly and installation is different (windloads, structural support, etc.) and, Andersen strongly recommends consultation with an Andersen supplier or an experienced contractor, architect, or structural engineer prior to the assembly and installation of any Andersen product. Assembly and installation of Andersen products is the sole responsibility of the architect, building owner, contractor and/or consumer and Andersen has no responsibility in this regard.

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Use of ladders and/or scaffolding and working at elevated levels may be hazardous. Follow equipment manufacturer's instructions for safe operation. Use extreme caution when working around window and door openings. Personal injury and/or falls could occur.

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Improper use of hand or power tools could result in personal injury and/or product damage. Follow equipment manufacturer's instructions for safe operation. Always wear safety glasses.

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Weight of window and door unit(s) and accessories will vary. Use a reasonable number of people with sufficient strength to lift, carry, and install window and door unit(s) and accessories. Always use appropriate lifting techniques.

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· Unless specifically ordered, Andersen windows are not equipped with safety glass, and if broken, could fragment causing injury. Many laws and building codes require safety glass in locations adjacent to or near doors. Andersen windows are available with safety glass that may reduce the likelihood of injury when broken. Information on safety glass is available from your local Andersen dealer. · Do not apply any type of film to glass. Thermal stress conditions resulting in glass damage could occur. · The use of movable insulating materials such as window coverings, shutters, and other shading devices may damage glass and/or vinyl. In addition, excessive condensation may result causing deterioration of window unit.

"Andersen" and the AW logo are registered trademarks of Andersen Corporation. All other marks where denoted are marks of Andersen Corporation. ©1998 Andersen Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Instruction Guide 0003911

Revised 01/28/00

Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Sash Replacement Guide

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The Sash must be supported during the entire procedure, both in the removal and installation of the Sash. Failure to support the Sash may result in personal injury or product damage.

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Wear gloves, safety glasses goggles or eye shields when handling glass. Tape broken glass with filament or duct tape before removal to reduce glass fragmentation.

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When drilling into the Sash, drill only 1/8" deep to avoid penetrating the glass area or drilling through the Sash.

· Check the sash size, glass type, color, and kit contents to verify all parts are correct. · The unit / sash opening must be plum, level, square, and free of any bowed jambs. To check, measure frame diagonally from corner to corner. The distances must be within 1/8" of each other. · Inspect for any damage to the frame and vinyl cover. Repair as needed. · If any of the above requirements are not met, have a qualified carpenter, builder, or contractor determine whether the window frame should be replaced or reinstalled, or if there are structural problems that need to be corrected prior to sash replacement.

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Identify the hardware style that corresponds to the hardware on your window unit in one of the following sections A-G. Proceed to that section in the guide for detailed instructions on replacing your sash.

Split Arm

September 1998 to Current

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Flat Blade Screwdriver · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses

Component Identification Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

SECTION

A

Sash Bracket

Split Arm Operator

Hinge

Keeper(s) SECTION

Straight Arm

September 1998 to Current

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide

Component Identification Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

B

Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses Sash Channel

Straight Arm Operator

2

22" Hinge

Keeper(s)

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Sash Replacement Guide

Component Identification SECTION

Split Arm

May 1995 through September 1998

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Flat Blade Screwdriver · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses

C

Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

Sash Bracket

Split Arm Operator

Hinge

Keeper(s)

Straight Arm

May 1995 through September 1998

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Pliers · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses

Component Identification

SECTION

D

Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

Sash Channel

22" Hinge Straight Arm Operator

Keeper(s)

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Sash Replacement Guide

Component Identification Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash SECTION

Split Arm

1966 through May 1995

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses

E

Sash Bracket Hinge Split Arm Operator Keeper(s) SECTION Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

Straight Arm

1966 through May 1995

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide Installation Tools Needed: · Phillips Screwdriver · Pencil · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Safety Glasses

Component Identification

F

1966-74 Silver Satin Straight Arm Operator

Silver Satin Regular

Keeper(s)

1974-82, 1982-95 (22" opg.) Straight Arm Operator

Notched

Operator Channel Type SECTION

Stationary

1966 through Present

Parts Included (1) Sash (1) Installation Guide

Component Identification Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Casement Sash

G

May 1995 through December 1998 Sash Clip Part Number 1359410

Installation Tools Needed: · Safety Glasses · Hammer · Electric Drill · 3/32" Drill Bit · Small Pry Bar · Thin Blade Putty Knife · Glass Clamps · Vise Grips · Pliers · 4d Finish Nails Additional Parts Required (Available at your Andersen Dealer) (1) Package 11/16" Flat Head Nails (1) Package Sash Clips (1) Package 1/2" x #6 Screws 1966 through April 1995, December 1998 to Present Sash Clip Part Number 1359408

11/16" Flat Head Nails

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1/2" x #6 Screws

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION 30° Stopper Screw

1. Remove Stopper Screws

· Open the Sash to about 30° and remove the Stopper Screws from the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel.

A

2. Release Operator Arm

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Releasing the Operator Arm allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Release the Operator Arm Clip from the Sash Bracket using a flat blade screwdriver. · Crank Operator open to clear Sash. · Life Operator Arm and swing out under Sash.

Sash Bracket Operator Arm Clip

3. Release Hinge Arm

· Lift Hinge Arm off stud being careful to keep adjustment insert attached to arm. · If there is a sash Limited Vent Control Plate, remove screw and slide it off from the hinge plate.

Hinge Arm Limited Vent Control Plate

4. Remove Sash

· Hold Sash firmly and slide the Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes off the ends of the hinge channels and remove Sash. · Place Sash on a flat working surface with the interior facing up.

Bottom Hinge Shoe

5. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Sash Bracket from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash)

6. Attach Sash Bracket

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. · Position replacement Sash exterior side down with top of Sash facing away. Apply Sash Bracket to bottom of Sash using the (I) mark on the new Sash.

Sash Bracket

A

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill through (I) mark 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit. Using Sash Bracket as a template, drill remaining holes and secure with previously removed screws.

Casement Sash with Bracket Positioned on Right Hand Unit

7. Attach Hinges

· Position Lower Hinge (black or brown Hinge Shoe) with first screw hole over the (I) mark located on the new Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat procedure for Upper Hinge (white or almond Hinge Shoe).

Bottom Hinge has Brown or Black Shoe

Hinge must be tight against Sash Lip

8. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the Keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

Lower Hole To ( ) Mark

I

9. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Operator Arm Steps 4, 3, 2, and 1. Hinge Arm · Slide Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes onto Hinge Hinge Screw Channels towards frame's side jamb. · Insert and secure Stopper Screws in the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel. · Attach Upper and Lower Hinge Arms to frame using Stopper washer and screw. Screw · Attach Operator Arm to Sash Bracket using screwdriver to snap Stud Fastener in place.

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Sash Sash Bracket Hinge Channel

Hinge Shoe

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

1. Remove Sill Stop

· Break the varnish or paint seal by scoring between Sill Stop and Extension Jamb with a utility knife. · Pry under Sill Stop from the exterior to remove Sill Stop. Use care to avoid damaging Sill Stop. · Remove finish nails by pulling through the back side of Sill Stop with pliers.

Pry Bar

B

Sill Stop

Extension Jamb

Utility Knife

2. Remove Operator

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Removing the Operator allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Remove screws from Operator base. Only three of the five screws shown are used depending on left or right hand operation. · Slide Operator Arm Shoe off Operator Channel on bottom of Sash.

Shoe

Channel

Operator

3. Remove Hinge Plate Screws

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When Hinge Screws are removed, the Sash is free to come out. To avoid personal injury and/or product damage, use a reasonable number of people to support the Sash during the replacement process. · Open Sash sufficiently to access screw in Upper and Lower Hinge Plate. Upper and Lower Hinge remain attached to Sash. It may be necessary to move Sash for access to all screw locations.

Sash Hinge Plate Screws

4. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Operator Channel from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash)

5. Attach Operator Channel

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. These marks are NOT used in Step 5 for Operator Channel location. · Position replacement Sash exterior side down with top of Sash facing away. Apply Operator Channel to bottom of Sash using measurement "A" found in table. Dimension "A" is measured from the opposite side of the Keeper(s) location.

B

DIM. A

Operator Channel

Casement Sash with Channel Positioned on Right Hand Unit

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill screw holes 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Operator Channel as a template and secure with previously removed screws.

Dimension "A" is the distance from the edge of the sash (hinge side) to the edge of the Sash Channel, which varies depending on sash size. C CW CXW Snugger location (if equipped) Overall Sash Width Dim. 22-15/16" 27-1/4" 34-3/4" DIM. "A" 6" 9-1/8" 9-1/8"

6. Attach Hinges

· Position Lower Hinge with first screw hole over the (I) mark located on the new Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat procedure for Upper Hinge. · Install Snugger Screw, using old Sash for location, measuring from end of Sash.

Locate First Mark ( )

I

7. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

Lower Hole to Mark ( )

I

8. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Steps 3, 2, and 1. · Secure Upper and Lower Hinge Plate to frame with hinge screws removed in Step 3. · Attach Operator using screws removed in Step 2. · Attach Sill Stop using finish nails.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION 30°

1. Remove Stopper Screws

· Open the Sash to about 30° and remove the Stopper Screws from the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel.

C

Stopper Screw

2. Release Operator Arm

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Releasing the Operator Arm allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Release the Operator Arm Clip from the Sash Bracket using a flat blade screwdriver. · If there is a sash Limited Vent Control Plate, remove screw and slide it off from the hinge plate.

Limited Vent Control Location Sash Bracket Operator Arm Clip

3. Release Hinge Arms

· Remove screw fastening Upper and Lower Hinge Arms to window frame. · Crank Operator open to clear Sash.

Fastener Screw

Hinge Arm

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4. Remove Sash

· Hold Sash firmly and slide the Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes off the ends of the hinge channels and remove Sash. · Place Sash on a flat working surface with the interior facing up.

Bottom Hinge Shoe

5. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Sash Bracket from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash)

6. Attach Sash Bracket

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. · Position replacement Sash exterior side down with top of Sash facing away. Apply Sash Bracket to bottom of Sash using the (I) mark on the new Sash.

Sash Bracket

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill through (I) mark 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit. Using Sash Bracket as a template, drill remaining holes and secure with previously removed screws.

Casement Sash with Bracket Positioned on Right Hand Unit

7. Attach Hinges

· Position Lower Hinge (black or brown Hinge Shoe) with first screw hole over the (I) mark located on the new sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat procedure for Upper Hinge (white or almond Hinge Shoe).

Bottom Hinge has Brown or Black Shoe

Hinge must be tight against Sash Lip

8. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the Keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

Lower Hole To ( ) Mark

I

9. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Steps 4, 3, 2, and 1. · Slide Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes onto Hinge Channels towards frame's side jamb. · Insert and secure Stopper Screws in the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel. · Attach Upper and Lower Hinge Arms to frame using washer and screw. · Attach Operator Arm to Sash Bracket using screwdriver to snap Stud Fastener in place.

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Sash Bracket Operator Arm Hinge Arm Hinge Screw

Sash Hinge Channel

Washer Stopper Screw Hinge Shoe

Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

1. Remove Sill Stop

· Break the varnish or paint seal by scoring between Sill Stop and Extension Jamb with a thin blade putty knife or utility knife. · Pry under Sill Stop from the exterior to remove Sill Stop. Use care to avoid damaging Sill Stop. · Remove finish nails by pulling through the back side of Sill Stop with pliers.

Pry Bar

D

Sill Stop

Extension Jamb

Utility Knife

2. Remove Operator

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Removing the Operator allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Remove screws from Operator base. Only three of the five screws shown are used depending on left or right hand operation. · Slide Operator Arm Shoe off Operator Channel on bottom of Sash.

Shoe

Channel

Operator

3. Remove Hinge Plate Screws

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When Hinge Screws are removed, the Sash is free to come out. To avoid personal injury and/or product damage, use a reasonable number of people to support the Sash during the replacement process. · Open Sash sufficiently to access screw in Upper and Lower Hinge Plate. Upper and Lower Hinge remain attached to Sash. It may be necessary to move Sash for access to all screw locations.

Hinge Plate Screws Sash

4. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Operator Channel from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash)

5. Attach Operator Channel

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. These marks are NOT used in Step 5 for Operator Channel location. · Position replacement Sash exterior side down with top of Sash facing away. Apply Operator Channel to bottom of Sash using measurement "A" found in table. Dimension "A" is measured from the opposite side of the Keeper(s) location.

D

DIM. A

Operator Channel

Casement Sash with Channel Positioned on Right Hand Unit

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill screw holes 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Operator Channel as a template and secure with previously removed screws.

Dimension "A" is the distance from the edge of the sash (hinge side) to the edge of the Sash Channel, which varies depending on sash size. C CW CXW Snugger location (if equipped) Overall Sash Width Dim. 22-15/16" 27-1/4" 34-3/4" DIM. "A" 6" 9-1/8" 9-1/8"

6. Attach Hinges

· Position Lower Hinge with first screw hole over the (I) mark located on the new Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat procedure for Upper Hinge. · Install Snugger Screw, using old Sash for location, measuring from end of Sash.

Locate First Mark ( )

I

7. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through (I) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

Lower Hole to Mark ( )

I

8. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Steps 3, 2, and 1. · Secure Upper and Lower Hinge Plate to frame with hinge screws removed in Step 3. · Attach Operator using screws removed in Step 2. · Attach Sill Stop using finish nails.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION Stopper Screw

1. Remove Stopper Screws

· Open the Sash to about 30° and remove the Stopper Screws from the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel.

E

2. Release Split Arm Stud Clip

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Releasing the Operator Arm allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Release the Split Arm Stud Clip from the Sash Bracket using a flat blade screwdriver. · If there is a sash Limited Ventilation Control Plate, remove screw and slide it off from the hinge plate. · Crank detached Split Arm out of the way for Sash removal.

Sash Bracket Stud Clip

3. Remove Sash

· Release Stud Clips on the Upper and Lower Hinge using a screwdriver. · Hold Sash firmly and slide the Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes off the ends of the hinge channels and remove Sash. · Place Sash on a flat working surface with the interior facing up.

4. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Sash Bracket from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Keeper(s) Split Arm Bracket

Hinge

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

5. Attach Hinges

E

Bottom Hinge (Black Shoe)

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. · Position Lower Hinge with first countersunk screw hole over the ( ) mark located on the new Sash. (Lower Hinge has a black shoe, Upper Hinge has a white shoe.)

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill through ( ) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat for Upper Hinge.

6. Attach Split Arm Bracket

· Position Split Arm Bracket with first screw hole over the ( ) mark located on the new Sash. · Predrill through ( ) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Install Snugger Screw, using old sash for location, measuring from end of Sash.

Split-Arm Bracket

7. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through ( ) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the Keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

Top Hole in Keeper(s) to Mark ( )

8. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Steps 3, 2, and 1. · Secure Upper and Lower Hinge Plate to frame with hinge screws removed in Step 3. · Attach Operator using screws removed in Step 2. · Attach Sill Stop using finish nails.

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

1. Remove Stopper Screws

· Open the Sash to about 30° and remove the Stopper Screws from the Upper and Lower Hinge Channel.

Stopper Screw

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2. Remove Sash

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Releasing the Operator Arm allows the Sash to swing freely. During windy conditions, the Sash may suddenly swing out and break free causing personal injury and/or product damage. Support the Sash during the entire replacement process. · Release Stud Clips on the Upper and Lower Hinge using a screwdriver.

Channel Stud Clip Operator Arm Shoe

Notched Channel

· Hold Sash firmly and slide the Operator Arm Shoe to the notch, lift shoe up to release the Operator Arm.

Satin or Regular Channel

· Hold Sash firmly and slide the Operator Arm Shoe from its channel while sliding the Upper and Lower Hinge Shoes off the ends of the hinge channels and remove Sash. · Place Sash on a flat working surface with the interior facing up.

3. Remove Sash Hardware

· Remove Upper and Lower Hinges from Sash. · Remove Channel from bottom of Sash. · Remove Keeper(s) from Sash noting difference between upper and lower keepers. · Remove Snugger Screw(s) from Sash if present.

Waterbar Weatherstrip (Located on Top of Sash) Keeper(s)

Hinge

Channel

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

4. Attach Hinges

F

Bottom Hinge has Brown or Black Shoe

Sash are designed for universal replacement. The Dash (I) and Circular ( ) marks on the Sash are locations for predrilling. Use only the mark indicated in each instruction. · Position Lower Hinge with first countersunk screw hole over the ( ) mark located on the new Sash. (Lower Hinge has a black shoe, Upper Hinge has a white shoe.)

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Drill only 1/8" deep to avoid sash or glass damage. · Predrill through ( ) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with a 5/8" flat head stainless steel hinge screw. Repeat for remaining hinge holes. · Repeat for Upper Hinge.

5. Attach Operator Channel Silver Channel

· Position edge of Silver Channel 1-3/8" in from Sash corner. · Predrill screw hole 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with previously removed screws in Step 3. Repeat for remaining Channel holes. · Install Snugger Screw if present, using old sash for location, measuring from end of Sash.

1-3/8"

Regular Channel · Position Regular Channel centered on Sash.

· Predrill screw hole 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit and secure with previously removed screws in Step 3. Repeat for remaining Channel holes. · Install Snugger Screw if present, using old Sash for location, measuring from end of Sash.

Silver Channel

Regular Channel

(Center on Sash)

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Sash Replacement Guide

SECTION

6. Attach Keepers

· Position Keeper(s) on Sash according to location on old Sash. · Predrill through ( ) mark(s) 1/8" deep with a 3/32" drill bit, using Keeper(s) as a template. Note the open part of the Keeper faces away from the glass. · Secure with screws.

F

Keeper(s)

7. Install New Sash

· Position Sash in frame opening and reverse procedure, Steps 3, 2, and 1. · Secure Upper and Lower Hinge Plate to frame with hinge screws removed in Step 3. · Attach Operator using screws removed in Step 2. · Attach Sill Stop using finish nails.

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SECTION

1. Determine Vintage of Unit

· Determine vintage of unit, pre or post April 1995. · Use appropriate Clip Package or combination of packages. Discard extra clips, if any. 1966 through April 1995, December 1998 to Present Clip Packages Quantity Part Number 12 1359408

· Locate unit size in chart below. The number in center of unit determines amount of clips required, marks on Sash indicate clip location. April 1995 through December 1998 Clip Packages Quantity Part Number 12 1359410

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Stationary Casement/Awning and Picture Window Clip Locations

4

CR12 or AR21

4

CN12 or AN21

4

C12 or A21

4

CW12 or AW21

6

CXW12 or AXW21

4

CR125 or AR251

4

CN125 or AN251

4

C125 or A251

4

CW125 or AW251

6

CXW125 or AXW251

6

CR13 or AR31

6

CN13 or AN31

6

C13 or A31

6

CW13 or AW31

8

CXW13 or AXW31

8

CP353 or AP335

10

CP23 or AP32

10

CP503 or AP350

12

CP33 or AP33

6

CR135 or AR351

6

CN135 or AN351

6

C135 or A351

6

CW135 or AW351

8

CXW135 or AXW351

8

10

10

12

CP3535 or AP5335

CP235 or 352

CP5035 or AP3550

CP335 or AP353

8

8

8

8

10

10

12

12

14

CR14 or AR41

CN14 or AN41

C14 or A41

CW14 or AW41

CXW14 or AXW41

CP354 / AP435

CP24 or AP452

CP504 or AP450

CP34 or AP43

8

8

8

8

10

10

12

12

14

CR145 or AR451

CN145 or AN451

C145 or A451

CW145 or AW451

CXW145 or AXW451

CP3545 or AP4535

CP245 or AP452

CP5045 or AP4550

CP345 or AP453

10

10

10

10

12

10

12

12

14

CR15 or AR51

CN15 or AN51

C15 or A51

CW15 or AW51

CXW15 or AXW51

CP355 or AP535

CP25 or AP52

CP505 or AP550

CP35 or AP53

10

10

10

10

12

12

14

14

CR155 or AR551

CN155 or AN551

C155 or A551

CW155 or AW551

CXW155 or AXW551

CP3555 or AP5535

CP255 or AP552

CP5055 or AP5550

10

10

10

10

12

12

14

14

CR16 or AR61

CN16 or AN61

C16 or A61

CW16 or AW61

CXW16 or AXW61

CP356 or AP635

CP26 or AP62

CP506 or AP650

2. Position and Attach Clips

· Place Sash on a clean surface with the interior facing up. · Locate Clip location and number of clips according to above chart. · Use Clip as a template to drill 3/32" pilot holes 1/16" deep for Clip attachment.

1966 through April 1995, December 1998 to Present

1995 through · Attach Clips using 1/2" x #6 Screws provided. December 1998

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Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Sash Replacement Guide

1966 through April 1995 and December 1998 to Present

1. Remove Sash Stops and Remove Sash

Sash Clips

Sash

Sash Stops Remove Staples

· Break the varnish or paint seal by scoring with a thin blade putty · With one person holding the Sash from the interior with glass knife or utility knife. clamps and/or vise grips and another holding the Sash from the exterior with glass clamps, using a small pry bar pry the Sash · Remove Sash Stops using a small pry bar. Gently pry up Sash Stops and carefully remove without scratching surrounding trim. Clips loose removing staples with a pliers. · Remove the Sash.

2. Install Sash and Apply Sash Stops

Sash Stops can be painted or stained prior to installation.

Sash

Sash Clips

Sash Stops · While holding Sash securely with glass clamps position it in the · Fasten Sash Clips using 11/16" Flat Head Nails. opening. Pull Sash inward tight against the frame with glass · Reposition the Sash Stops and secure them using 4d Finish clamps or by gripping the Sash Clips with vise grips. Push the Nails. Leave a 1/32" space between the Sash Stops and the Sash. Sash tight from the exterior. DO NOT push on the glass.

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Andersen® Perma-Shield® Casement Windows

Sash Replacement Guide

May 1995 through December 1998

1. Remove Sash Stops and Remove Sash

Sash Clips

Sash

Sash Stops Remove Staples · Break the varnish or paint seal with a thin blade putty knife. · With one person holding the Sash from the interior with glass clamps and/or vise grips and another holding the Sash from the · Remove Sash Stops using a small pry bar. Gently pry up Sash Stops and carefully remove without scratching surrounding trim. exterior with glass clamps, using a small pry bar pry the Sash Clips loose removing staples with a pliers. · Remove the Sash.

2. Install Sash and Apply Sash Stops

Sash

!

Sash Stops can be painted or stained prior to installation.

Sash Clips

Sash Stops · While holding Sash securely with glass clamps position it in the · Fasten Sash Clips using 11/16" Flat Head Nails. opening. Pull Sash inward tight against the frame with glass · Reposition the Sash Stops and secure them using 4d Finish clamps or by gripping the Sash Clips with vise grips. Push the Nails. Leave a 1/32" space between the Sash Stops and the Sash. Sash tight from the exterior. DO NOT push on the glass.

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