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removing & replacing pvc beads

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Uploaded on Feb 7, 2009

I thought I was having trouble with the sound so I did a quick film on remoing and replacing pvcu beads so heres the comentry........

Co-extruded beads only with mitre to mitre corners

remove one of the longest beads first, there easier to remove first than shorter beads, they bend easier

remove the top and/or bottom bead near to the one you have just taken out

remove the other side bead, the glass is no longer supported by the beads so be carefull

replace the beads in this order... bottom top then both sides, the bottom one goes first to stop the glass from kicking out as you put first bead in

when positioning the beads in the beading chamber apply pressure at about 45deg, you need to get the inner leg of the bead to go home first.

you can use a soft nosed hammer to do this but I prefer not to hit cold pvc the welds tend to split

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