Thank you for your question. The serial number is located on the hinge side of the door on a 1"x2" white or silver sticker. You will see the EMCO or Andersen logo/name and a bar code. -Paul
Thank you for posting your question. We are sorry to hear about the issue on the screen. We want to assist you with your concern. Please contact the Andersen Storm Door Solution Center at 855-337-8822 for assistance about your door. Please be ready with the serial number upon your call. - Noel
Yes. That is what it is designed for.
Thank you for posting your question. Please check this link for information on how to determine the handing of your door, https://helpcenter.andersenwindows.com/stormdoor/s/article/Determining-the-Handing-of-Your-Storm-Door. - Noel
Thank you for your question. The 45-Minute Easy to Install handle set in traditional and modern design will work for your door model. You may purchase the handle to our website at https://parts.andersenstormdoors.com/ - Irene
Thank you for posting your inquiry. We want to assist you with your concern. Please contact our Solution Center at 855-337-8822 from Mondays - Saturdays. Please have the serial number of your door ready when you call. It is located anywhere on the hinge part, in a white or silver sticker. - Irene
Hello Alice, please check this link for your reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7Hazlfzzrg. You may also call Andersen, they can walk through on how to remove the glass. Please contact Andersen/Emco Solution Center at 855-337-8822 from Mondays - Sundays. Please have the serial number of your door ready when you call. It is located anywhere on the hinge part, in a white or silver sticker. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7Hazlfzzrg
Thank you for your inquiry. If you plan to only use the fullview screen on an Andersen 3000 Series Fullview Easy Install Storm Door, you may do so. The fullview screen (or the fullview window) is held into the door by the retainer strips which are sturdy enough to keep the screen insert stays on the door. Please go to the nearest Home Depot store in your area to check the display doors. - Noel