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Anderson storm door from 1989.... how do we remove the glass to install the screen? It's a full glass door (w/ etching) and has L-shaped metal that looks like it holds it in place. They seem to slide (there are 4 of them) but I can't figure out hoe to remove it. I've scoured the web trying to find instructions to no avail. Any ideas?
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yes and take a photo of where the glass meets the door if you could please
gotcha- I'm on it :o)
Also photo where the L-brackets meet at the corners.
You mention the L-brackets slide. Does the glass assembly slide too? (Possibly up?)
If there are any screws, also let us have some idea where those are (besides the hinges).
I have a new Anderson storm door on my house. The four L shaped rails do come out. If you grip the edge near the end you should be able to start pulling it out. It snaps in the same way when you put the screen in. Keep in mind, I bought mine a year ago, but it does sound like the same style.
It sounds like yours Browntree.
bumping because I added pics!
It sounds like browntree already answered your question. Let us know if it works!
(From the photos, it looks like you need to insert a small screw driver from the side to start prying, and it looks as if it was pryed and pulled before. The one at the hinge side seems to be slight bent at both the top and bottom from prying, and at the top seems to have a mark from where it was pushed back in place. Even the jamb side photo seems to have a similar bend).
The photos look good. Thank you for taking them.
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