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    • By glasgowdan 2nd Oct 17, 10:35 PM
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    Draughts around panes in double glazing
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    • 2nd Oct 17, 10:35 PM
    Draughts around panes in double glazing 2nd Oct 17 at 10:35 PM
    Can anyone help? Our house has some slightly older double glazing, and there are a few draughts around the edge of the glass where it neets the frame (i.e. NOT around the outside of the frames, so adjusting hinges won't work). It's where the rubber/foam seal meets the actual glass.

    It only seems to be draughty in a couple of spots, a few inches long, and with 10 windows in two bays that's not too bad. I could always consider it ventilation!

    I've not tried any fixes yet, but would like to have an idea what would work best before attacking it.
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