Anderson Windows – window balances keep arcs on an Andersen double hung window, in the position in which they are set. You must replace the balancing if you notice the arches gradually starts to decline, so you can open the window but its sharpness fall. Before you begin, remove the sashes and the lining of the window to access the balancing.
Change the Anderson windows balance, raise the lower sash window Andersen from 3 to 5 inches from the lower threshold. Lock the sash and tilt its top so that it slopes into the room at 90 degrees. Grasp the lower bow in one hand. Slide the tip of the screwdriver into the clip and press it inwards. Slowly raise the arch above it that you do this. This clip is where the hoop is attached to the frame. Also, repeat this process for the other side of the window. Pull the bow out of the window.
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After that for change the Anderson windows balance, lower the upper arc until its lower end is 3 to 5 inches from the doorstep. Grasp the upper arch when you use a screwdriver to lift it from the shoe holder. Look for the shoe cams in the jamb liners, along the front and rear channels on both sides of the frame. Hold the jamb liner near the window sill. Press inward along the rear edge of the rear channel to distinguish it from the frame. Continue this upward along the window until you remove the entire sleeve from one side. Pull out the lower arch Balance from Liners front channel. Also remove the foam from the back channel and pull out the upper arch Balance. Hook the shoe came from tab belt balance.