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Unread 08-27-2015, 08:51 AM   #9
arnav
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Actually the window is not round. It is square with a protruding porthole inwards and it is all made out of metal. Basically take a sheet of metal, and stamp the port hole window in the middle of it. The square frame is embedded into the jambs or more likely perhaps on the outside of the cinderblocks and covered with stucco. A replacement would have to be square.

Does that make sense? Not sure if that changes anything. That's why I originally thought it can perhaps be fixed in place (by filling the void with cement).
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