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The rear glass channel on one of my doors is broken (the channel has come away from the fixings and was lying in the bottom of the door).  Does anyone know if it is possible to fit a new channel without removing the glass from the door?  Trying to avoid having to remove the window seals if possible.



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Hi Myles,

                 Yes you can but it's all a bit of a fiddle, you have to disconnect the glass from the winder mechanism and then carefully manipulate it to get the old channels out and the new in, it's all a bit of a Rubix Cube, everything has to be in the right place  at the right time and it's a sequence of moving the glass around inside the door and getting the channels in place ready to replace the screws. .... go easy on the glass.

Cheers Rob  

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+1     to remove a channel and replace without removing the glass

fiddly but possible


Michael H

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