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I think the window is offset a little and should be more to the right. If you look on the inside the bottom side should have the angled piece of metal. That is the angled piece should be below the window. If this doesn't help contact me at redniten@yahoo.com and I can take a picture of one that I have apart right now and send it to you.

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