jamb liner

jamb liner

[′jam ‚līn·ər]
(building construction)
A small strip of wood applied to the edge of a window jamb to increase its width for use in thicker walls.
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If your sash won't stay in the raised position, chances are that some part of the jamb liner hardware is broken.
com (800-678-1919) can identify the jamb liner and send you new ones.
If [homeowners] want to replace the sash and the glass, we offer a [tilt] sash replacement kit that includes the sash and jamb liner," says Dave Koester, brand manager, Weather Shield.
Designed with traditional styling in mind, Andersen's 400 Series Woodwright double-hung vinyl-clad wood window features details that mimic old-fashioned double-hung windows, such as mortise-and-tenon joints, divided light and grille options, a wood jamb liner, and a classically styled sash lock.
The traditionally thick vinyl jamb liner has been replaced with a wood interior that can be painted to match the decor.
space between the clip and the blind stop or the jamb liner won't snap in (Photo 5).
4 SCREW the jamb liner clips to the jamb with No, 6 x 3/4-in, pan head screws.
Then you notice broken plastic parts on the floor and that there's no longer any tensioning force to hold the sash open alter you put the sash back into the window jamb liner (or track).
5 SNAP the vinyl jamb liner in place over the brackets.
The vinyl gasket holding the insulated glass in place and the jamb liners in which the sash slides should not be painted.
Those with insulated glass almost always slide against vinyl jamb liners on the sides.
Those that have insulated glass almost always slide against vinyl jamb liners on the sides.