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paylessphil

04:05AM | 07/08/08
Member Since: 07/07/08
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i built a home in 1992 and have a 5-0 x 6-8 dual sidelite entry door system which has an oval lite in the door w/ plastic moulding around the lite which is broken now and cannot re fasten.. any ideas how to replace or where to get the replacement lite.... all the lumberyards have no idea where to start...

doug seibert

05:10AM | 07/08/08
Member Since: 08/10/02
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http://castlegateind.com/contact.html

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throw that one away and cut a new one...."

paylessphil

09:21AM | 07/08/08
Member Since: 07/07/08
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thanks for the info.. the link is unfortunatley for high end wood doors.. sorry to not give enough info.. i had the home built in 1992 while inthe midst of my 20 years at payless cashway's. The windows were from crestline/sne and the doors from castlegate like the stock we carried and the 5/0x6/8 entry doors in a few different styles of etching on the oval glass in the door as well as the replication of the pattern on the flanking 1/0 sidelights... the plastic oval mould is warping away and breaking the studs on 1side of the mould so you cannot just screw it back the trim also supports the insulated glass panel.. now i need to replace the plastic oval trim.. castlegate entry systems(in pittsburg,kc) has not answered any calls .. anyone know of any other moulding cos.to try that make oval trim/mould for then oval lites? thank you!
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