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Old 02-28-2020, 07:36 PM   #1
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Thermal frameless window problem

My arms on my window have come unconnected. I was able to slide the window and put them back in the track but one arm wheel is only half a wheel so wants to pop out. Any ideas. I have sent an email to ETI but we are in southern Arizona and not near a repair place. Anyone know if you can replace just the arms.
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Old 02-28-2020, 07:48 PM   #2
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A picture would help as you mention slide and track....
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I got it closed now so not sure I want to risk opening it and having the arms pop out again. On the road so don’t want to screw it up. On the bottom of the frameless window the arms attach with rollers (wheels)that go in a grove track on the bottom of the window. One roller(wheel) is only half a wheel the other is ok. Wondering if you can replace parts or does the whole window have to go
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Wondering if you can replace parts or does the whole window have to go
Under window parts they sell four different size arms for Hehr windows. Not sure which one you need but Iím quite sure you can just replace the arm.
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Under window parts they sell four different size arms for Hehr windows. Not sure which one you need but Iím quite sure you can just replace the arm.
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Old 02-29-2020, 10:11 AM   #6
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Under window parts they sell four different size arms for Hehr windows. Not sure which one you need but Iím quite sure you can just replace the arm.
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Thanks so much. I may order a spare but I will let ETI handle it for now. Nice to know part is available
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