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as a general rule we allways start from the top of the window. and work down to the bottom. on framed doors we must do it this way. for obvouis reasons of course. but when working on framless doors. ive found it best to start on the bottom. and get it out of my way. before moving onto the top. the reason I do it this way. is because for one have you ever noticed that the bottoms of framless tend to have fingers. that just keep popping back up on you. well by locking your bottom first. your doing to things. one you getting less water down there. and two your removing all the stress. from that area first. and allowing yourself to deal with it in another area that will lay easier for you. and no worries of burning the door panel.

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