sash cord


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sash cord

[′sash ‚kȯrd]
(building construction)
A cord or chain used to attach a counterweight to the window sash.

sash cord, sash line

In a double-hung window, a rope connecting a sash with its counterweight, passing over the sash pulley.
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Feed the new sash cord through the top pulley and fish it out of the cavity with a bent coat hanger.
Once you replace those broken sash cords and no longer have to prop open your window with a stick, you'll wonder why you didn't get around to it sooner.
Also avoid getting paint on the sash cords, if you can, because this can make them harder to open.
2 REMOVE the lower sash and cut the sash cords. If your window has weatherstripping or hardware other than sash cords, pry out or unscrew these to remove the sash.
He's been hanging from her sash cords for so long that he's just bleached bones and red fun fur.
Horizons has gas central heating by a refitted combination boiler and the majority of the windows are of Georgian style with sash cords. Parking is provided for at least five vehicles.
He thought Laura had made him a whole window - glass, sash cords and all.
Gladys from next door has hung a four-foot plastic Santa out of her window, so it looks as if a bobble-hatted midget has ended it all by knotting her sash cords round his neck.
Wireless aerials were disguised as rope clothes lines or window sash cords.