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There’s so much that goes into MI windows and doors to deliver beauty, performance, safety, comfort and noise reduction. With our video gallery, you can get an inside look at things like our robust testing process or how we achieve maximum energy efficiency in our windows. It’s all right here so you can make the most informed decisions.
We are always adding to our gallery of DIY window and door repair and installation videos. Through these videos, learn more about the guiding principles of MI Windows and Doors and, for viewers interested in a "How It's Made" experience, how our windows are fabricated in any one of our three U.S.-based manufacturing locations. We also have resources that show how to install a window or how to repair or adjust various parts of our windows without the need for a technician. If you are looking for something specific in our video content and don't see it here, please let us know, and we will do our best to create it in the future.
How to Replace Pivot Bars
Dec 8, 2017, 09:17 AM
Pivot bars are found in the bottom corners of the operable sashes of single-hung and double-hung windows. They allow the window sash to tilt inward for cleaning or removal and may need to be replaced if they become damaged. This video will show you how to replace the pivot bars on your window. The window shown in the video is a 1650 double-hung window. Your window may look slightly different, as product appearance varies depending on make and model; however, the process for replacing pivot bars does not change.
*These videos are intended to be used only for repairs on MI Windows and Doors products.