Need help identifying retractable window manufacturer

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macinthass
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Need help identifying retractable window manufacturer

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We just moved into our new house and some of the windows have built-in retractable screens that need repair. I am unable to identify the manufacturer and could use some help. For two of them the clip that secures the retractable screen broke off and for others the screen does not cover the entire window and needs to be readjusted. I wonder if/how the retractable screens can be removed/replaced? See pictures below. Thanks!
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#2 Post by Windows on Washington »

I would send whatever photos you have to these folks.

https://www.blainewindowanddoor.com/

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#3 Post by fridge2020 »

macintheass:
First, you should probably see a proctologist.
Second, follow the link from windows on wash. They should be able to help.

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#4 Post by TheWindowNerd »

wow, first time seeing that.
vinyl push out casement with built in retractable screen.
what town and state are you in?

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#5 Post by Windows on Washington »

I know TWN. That was definitely a rare breed whomever was making that window.

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