Do you have the piece that broke off? If you do try a dry fit it back in place. Usually a broken piece like that can be glued back to original condition. A wood glue bond is stronger than original. Takes a little skill but we might be able to talk you through if you wanted to give it a try. > otherwise the trim usually goes in after the windows are set in new construction but if these are replacement windows I could see the window on top of the sill. If you have the trim piece off try to get a small bar or a chisel or a good sized screwdriver under the sill and pull up gently to see if the piece bends at the window. If it is a replacement window there is a chance the sill does not go to far under the window. Some easy prying should give you an idea of the size of the piece you're working with. HS.<P><
edited 8-22. I thought we were talking about wood trim but will leave the post for general info for other readers. HS
Last edited by K2eoj; 08-22-2005 at 09:57 AM.