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Old 01-08-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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I have a metal framed sunroom with panels above and below the sliding windows. Some of the panels have water damage. Does anyone know how to remove these panels? They are inside a metal frame.

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I have a metal framed sunroom with panels above and below the sliding windows. Some of the panels have water damage. Does anyone know how to remove these panels? They are inside a metal frame.
Post some interior and exterior shots of the area. The metal could be rivited , screwed, crimped or welded.
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The sunroom is screwed together. I think I can remove the panels now that I have looked closer. However, I do have another problem with leakage. I am not sure where the water is coming from but it is rotting the sunroom panels at the bottom. Anyone have any experience with this?
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The sunroom is screwed together. I think I can remove the panels now that I have looked closer. However, I do have another problem with leakage. I am not sure where the water is coming from but it is rotting the sunroom panels at the bottom. Anyone have any experience with this?
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