Posted by Mark V (126.96.36.199) on March 02, 2005 at 10:43:03:
In Reply to: partition glass replacing posted by Josh Horton on March 01, 2005 at 20:47:20:
Start by measuring the height of your glass. Next, measure the distance between the inside of the bottom slot (or track) and the inside of the top slot. Make sure you measure all the way into the slot, not just the edge of the slot. After all, the glass doesn't rest on the outside edge of the track/slot it rests on the innermost part of the slot. My guess is the distance between the insides of the slots will be greater than the height of your glass; probably by at least 1/2inch. If that's the case then try putting the top edge of the glass into the top slot and lift the glass as far into the slot as possible so the bottom edge of the glass clears the lower frame and can be inserted into the bottom slot then lowered into place.
: I have a 1973 Miller Meteor endloader. When I bought her the partition glass was taken out. I have it now and don't know how to put it back in. Please help. Thanks
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