Cracked inside pane
Anyone have technical info. as to why this happened? The window manufacturer denies it's a fault of the window, but I'm not convinced...
The inside pane (meaning facing inside the house) of a double-pane window cracked after having a light piece of cardboard covered with black plastic stood up against it for privacy while the blinds were being cleaned.
There was no pressure physically put on the window pane or frame - it was a very light piece of cardboard - however the window manufacturer insists on me paying for the replacement of the window.
I believe the window cracked because of some kind of wierd uneven heating that occurred whilst the garbage-bag wrapped cardboard was against the window it came to within a couple inches of the top of the windoe - the sun hits it from about 3pm on.
Any light you can shed on this wierd phenomenon would be appreciated...I really can't afford to pay to get this window replaced.
Broken window gal