Ive only ever seen this done once at a glass supplies. From what I can
remember, the whole lot is taken out of the wood frame and laid flat on a
sheet of steel.
You have to gently peel back the lip of lead over laying the glass to remove
the broken piece or pieces. You my have to unsolder the joints to get a new
piece back in. When the new piece is in you then have to fold the Lead lip
back down, pressing down with a greased rounded stick. Not to hard or the
glass will brake.
The steel sheet work top stops flexing of the leaded window while working on
Rather than 'proper' leaded windows ala churches etc. I presume you are
wanting to replace the self adhesive leading found on most kitchen units and
bookcase doors. If so this may be a good place to start, www.decraled.co.uk
. Click on the shopping link on the top RH side. There are also templates
and instructions to view. I hhave no connection to this company it was the
first hit that came up on Google.
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