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Old 06-10-2007, 05:00 PM   #1
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I have a 2-3 inch dent on window seal. The corner is a bullnose/corner seal. I would like to try and fix it but worried that if i try to pull the dent out it may break. Does anyone have any good ideas on how i can tackle this problem?

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Are we talking on the Sheetrock rounded corner or on the window itself. If you could post a picture it might help (if it is on the window itself). We might not be able to see the dent but we could get a feel for what you are up against. If it is on the Sheetrock corner you need to fill it with hot mud then get a can of texture then spray it to match your walls.

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I'm also confused. What material is dented? Is this bullnose/corner seal part of a window?
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I have a 2-3 inch dent on window seal. The corner is a bullnose/corner seal....
Sounds like it is a vinyl window and possibly a removable sash that got dropped and dented on it's corner (?)

If that is the case, I have no experience with ''fixing'' or repairing'' these. A 2" to 3" dent sounds like pretty serious damage, the only thing I could suggest is to order a replacement sash from the manufacturer.
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