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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: window winder removal
Manual winders are all the same (in my experience)... so this should apply to you:
You need to push back on the door-skin so that you can access a small bronze/silver clip that holds the winder onto the teeth of the mechanism.
I find that a medium-sized flat-head screwdriver is great for pushing that clip off... it's basically a "U" shape, but with a few divets in it. You want to look, then wind the handle until you have one of the points of the "U" facing you at the top. Push it down with the flat-side of the screwdriver, and it should go flying off like an elastic band into the nearest storm-water drain...
My advice: don't do it over your lawn or storm-water drain if you want to find it again!
After that spring-clip-thing is off, the handle just slides off the shaft without any effort. =-]
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
SOURCE: rear window winder on my A4 2002
I just got back from AAA and they wanted $100 just to take the panel off!! it takes a special tool and about 3 hrs of labor, so they said...
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: how to remove a casement
Depends on the window, how it went in, will tell you how to get it out. They usually have a flange that nails to the wall and the siding will but up against it, some have a fin that nails up against a buck and plaster will **** up against it. Either way, you will have to remove the siding, plaster, trim, or whatever is on the side of the window and pull out the 1400 nails, take out the window, and get the new slider right back in the old hole, it should fit, most windows were standard, now days they are all custom fit to any size hole. But the bucks should still be in place and the drywall on the inside will not even be touched.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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