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Question DetailsAsked on 12/2/2015

window leaking

Downstair's Fisher Double Hung Aluminum Builder Grade Window dripping water from top right corner only during heavy rain. Water seems to be streaming down to the downstairs window from the upstairs window I believe even though there is only inside window frame sheetrock damage at the downstairs window and nothing else. The upstairs window which is also a fisher double hung builder grade aluminum window seems to be pooling water on the bottom that is noticeable when you lift the window open. It appears to be coming through bottom window frame area of the upper floor window or "Meeting Rails" part of the upstairs window. I wonder if some rubber weather sealing would fix this?

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