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Old 05-03-2010, 04:53 PM  
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The old aluminum frame is set onto the concrete with nails. The new replacement is narrow enough to fit inside this frame, if it wasn't for the 3/8 inch threshold designed to keep the window itself in place. Do I try to cut/pry the old frame completely out, leaving a much bigger hole? Or, can I do something to this threshold?

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Can you supply a picture? It might help us out.
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