To repair a casement window crank, take out the extension and operator arms of the window; check if the handle of the crank, the arms and the gears are worn out; and clean the gears, frame, sash and track of the window. ... More »

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HomeDepot.com, Amscousa.com and HomeWindowRepair.com are some of the websites providing parts to repair a casement window, as of 2015. These sites offer different the parts different prices depending on the features. More »

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To replace a casement window operator, remove the handle, inspect the teeth and splines, lift off the casement cover, remove the window operator, and install a replacement window operator. Fasten the cover and handle bac... More »

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To replace a casement window crank, open the window, remove the wheel from the track, remove the crank, and purchase an identical replacement. Fasten the new crank, and slip the wheel back onto the track. More »

To replace a casement window operator, remove the handle, inspect the teeth and splines, lift off the casement cover, remove the window operator, and install a replacement window operator. Fasten the cover and handle bac... More »

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To replace a casement window sash, unmount the existing sash by removing the hinge screws or sliding the sash out through the sash channel. Existing hardware is replaced or transferred to the new sash before mounting and... More »

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To replace the gasket on a double-paned window, press the liner mechanism to release the sash and remove the sash from the window frame. If fasteners such as screws or nails are present, remove the fasteners to release t... More »

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