Hey guys! My local window store thinks I have no idea what am I talking about..and maybe i dont...but see if you can help me. I have a Double-Pane, overhung window, where the top window pane is fixed and the bottom slides up. The Top fixed pane is the one that is broken. So I went outside, and put an knife under and around the plastic trim piece of the fixed window pane. The plastic trim was puddied to the glass so I decided to just break the glass and pick it off one by one. After this was done i could see the following the glass was resting on a 1" backing. The doublepane glass was not bare glass but rather had a small thin metal frame around it. This frame was sat in the overhung window and pushed towards this metal backing. Glazing and the plastic trim was put around it to hold it in place. So when i can...what am i looking for because every glass person ive called doesnt understand there is a thin metal frame around it and all they can supply is bare glass cut to the window size...can i just set the bare glass hole and push it against the 1" backing and puddy around it??