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TheMarge

09:16AM | 08/27/02
Member Since: 08/26/02
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Hi folks! I feel really dumb asking this but..in what order do the screens and windows belong in tracks? I have double windows that slide up. There are two glass windows and a screen in the 3 tracks. Looking out from inside the house in which order should they go? I keep getting insects inside this summer. Originally took the storms and screening out to clean them but didn't note the proper order to put them back.
Thanks!!
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rpxlpx

10:06AM | 08/28/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
When you are inside the house, the screen is usually the ****hest thing away from you. This is so that -- from the inside -- you can get to the windows to open and close without having to open the screen first.

GOOD GRIEF !! ok, how about "furthest" ??

[This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited September 03, 2002).]

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