Hey, I've been thinking about removing myself from my current activity
of extreme procrastination and investigate a similar problem with one
of my winders. Hope somebody's got some good answers for us.
Sometimes..they are not thermal in any way....plain old window glass.
But would that be enough to do it?
Yes I see the condensate would run down on the *inside* of the
window, but still a little hard to see how it would get down there as
where the window meets the sill it is slanted down and outward.
On Fri, 3 Apr 2009 03:27:36 -0700 (PDT), ransley
Sounds like a caulking issue someplace but hard to tell. If there's a line
where 2 pieces meet (normally wood but could be wood and vinyl or metal) and
it seems to have no caulking, get some clear acrylic caulk (dries clear,
looks white when it goes on). Bead that in there and then run the back of a
spoon over it to even it up.
Oh, minor note. If you add your post to the bottom, its easier to track the
conversation. Just snip out what isnt needed and add the new to the bottom.
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