Model 22143

Internet #202887987

Store SO SKU #511213

72 in. x 80 in. Jet Black Prehung Left-Hand Inswing Mini Blind Steel Patio Door with No Brickmold in Vinyl Frame

$1,426.77 /each

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Bring the beauty of the outdoors inside with the energy-efficient Masonite Painted Prehung Inswing Mini blind Steel Patio Door with No Brickmold in Vinyl Frame. Enjoy the scenery or, when privacy is needed, simply lower the internal mini blinds. Expertly designed, the blinds never need to be cleaned. The clear, multi-pane insulated glass is treated with a Low-E coating that reflects heat out of the home in the summer and locks in heat during the winter. Plus the premium polyurethane insulation and weatherstripping are designed to let the beauty of nature in, but the weather out – resulting in lower heating and cooling bills.

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  • High-quality steel provides strength and security
  • Steel reinforced door features energy saving polyurethane door core
  • High performance compression weatherstripping helps to seal out drafts
  • Raise and lower mini blinds are easy to use and maintain - available in standard glazed only
  • Low-E tempered glass helps keep you comfortable in any season
  • Masonite colors complement Behr paints color palette to easily coordinate your door with shutters, trim and more
  • Rot-resistant bottom rail made of high-performance composite materials
  • Patio door slabs are double bored for lockset - not included
  • Screen kits available for all inswing units - sold separately
  • Patio door comes fully assembled with hinges, vinyl frame, aluminum sill and weatherstripping
  • From outside, open towards the inside of the house with the hinges on the left

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72 in. x 80 in. Jet Black Prehung Left-Hand Inswing Mini Blind Steel Patio Door with No Brickmold in Vinyl Frame
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how do I replace the blinds that no longer workd

This question is from 72 in. x 80 in. Silver Cloud Prehung Right-Hand Inswing Mini Blind Steel Patio Door with No Brickmold in Vinyl Frame
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I have taken the door out but I cannot get the glass to open so that I can move the blinds down.
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If you look closely from the inside you can find the screw covers about every 10 inches! take those out, and molding comes off, then (with help) push the window insert out whole and see if you can get apart! IF you cannot, you can order replacement inserts for around $100 each! l hope this helps!
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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by AmbiguousCamper I bought these doors as an instock item for half the regular cost. The blinds, heat, and light reducing features are great. I got the door in place with my son's assistance in about two hours but ..... With the frame square, plumb and exact according to a 4 ft level, the doors were jammed tight and inoperable. I tried finessing the shims without effect. At this point I hired a pro because I wasn't sure if there was a manufacturing problem or the squaring required more skill. The pro was also confounded but after two hours of micron adjustments to shims and tightening and releasing tension on the screws securing the frame, the doors were operational. The door latch holes were still misaligned just enough to make the latches inoperable. Another an hour of finessing the frame as well as DIY cutting of latch holes and strike plate cutouts we got the knob and deadbolt working. But the doors are manufactured so that the knob strike plate is not completely recessed and scrapes the latch plate when closing; more DIY. The doors are manufactured without holes drilled for the vertical security bolts and there is no cutout for security bolt strike plate; more DIY. June 6, 2016
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