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Re: casement window adapter

#188606 by eggontea » Thu May 14, 2015 7:55 pm

I can see that the labourer had plans to screw the exhaust in around more than just two edges, but the brittle nature of the plastic wouldn't allow for it. as a result I felt that I should tape the edges to make it more secure (even though it had teeth the other end) and to distribute the pulling forces on it, as well as to make sure all the hot air was going outside of the room.

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Re: casement window adapter

#188607 by eggontea » Thu May 14, 2015 7:56 pm

Here the layered tape, can't do without this stuff, it's so useful for so many things!

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Re: casement window adapter

#188613 by JPG » Thu May 14, 2015 10:24 pm

And how does one remove it with the driven in screws?

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Re: casement window adapter

#188617 by eggontea » Fri May 15, 2015 12:03 am

Only joking.

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Re: casement window adapter

#188621 by rpd » Fri May 15, 2015 1:51 am

eggontea wrote:I bit the bullet and decided that I had to screw it in. Thinking ahead I got the labourer to drill holes around the edges of the perspex anyway, for a future time, luckily! I smacked those screws (yea, I'm the type of person who hammers screws) into the frame, I just don't think that much of my landlord anyway, this is London after all.

JPG wrote:And how does one remove it with the driven in screws?

That brings back memories of Mr. Merrilees, my high school woodwork teacher. :D
He would pound screws in with a hammer, he called it an "American screwdriver" (not to be confused with a "Yankee screwdriver").
The threads make them hold like a ring nail, remove with a screwdriver as per normal.

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