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There should be a frame around the unit that would fit into part of the open area once window is open. Then you would place the unit in the opening to where it has a slight tilt to the outside for water drainage. Close the window as tight as possible to the unit and fill gaps with plywood or other material that would keep the window area secure and keep bugs etc out... SOme caulk around the unit if its permanent
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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