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Subject: 8m window replacement help please!

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Date Posted: 20:57:44 03/11/2012 Sat

Hi all

I'm new to the site and also the club and would like some help please regarding the seamaster 8m windows.

The starboard side front window (namely bathroom window) looks like the opening handle has been over tightened and has cracked the glass and altough is not leaking it really needs replacing.
Could anyone point me in the right direction as to how this comes out? It looks like the whole frame needs to come off the boat, not too bad as the bathroom is in the process of being refurbed so is easily accessible from the inside.
Am I on the right track or can the window glass come out with just the outer frame removed?

Many thanks in advance.

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