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How to repair foggy window
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How to repair foggy window

How to properly perform maintenance, installation replacement of windows in an apartment and a house. Advice from specialists in the installation of windows of the company Aspectmontage MA

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Repair foggy window

There are situations where the glass pane sweats between the panes, not from inside the room (as usually happens). In this case, the condensation cannot be wiped off because the design does not allow it.

There are not many reasons why the plastic window sweats inside the insulating glass unit:

  • Leakage.
  • The plastic window is assembled and installed incorrectly.

Let's look at each problem separately, so we can not only find out why the insulating glass unit sweats but also find a solution.

Why do windows sweat inside the insulating glass unit - reason No. 1

The most common reason that condensation appears between the panes of glass - is depressurization. After all, if moisture appeared on the windows, it means it came from somewhere, right? Consequently, the windows are not airtight. First of all, this happens with defective insulating glass units. In this case, you should contact the company that manufactured and installed your plastic window. According to the contract, it must replace the defective product with a new one. This is not difficult. It is not the entire structure but only the glazing unit itself. The glazing beads should be removed, the construction should be replaced, and the glazing beads should be put back in place. You can read more about this in the article - "Replacing the insulating glass unit on windows." That's it, and your window should not sweat. You should not do this work yourself because the manufacturer and installer are responsible for the window. They must perform the replacement under warranty.

Leakage can occur for another reason. For example, if something has struck the glass. Perhaps there will be no large cracks or chips, but this does not mean the tightness is at the level. In this case, the window sweats between the panes. In addition, the condensate can freeze in the wintertime, bringing even more damage.

Installing additional accessories on plastic windows can also cause fogging. For example, some types of blinds are attached directly to the frame. This is where depressurization occurs. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to cope with this after drilling because the design is already ruined. But if you think ahead and buy a suitable sealant, you can and will not cause damage to the plastic window.

Why the window inside the double-glazed window is sweating - reason No.2.

The second reason why the insulating glass unit sweats inside can be due to improper assembly or installation of the window. For example, some manufacturers save on silica gel, which is placed between the two window panes. This same silica gel absorbs the excess moisture in the air between the panes (if, of course, according to the technology, there must be air between them). If it is absent (silica gel), or there is little of it, or it is of poor quality, the window will begin to sweat from the inside soon after the installation.

Plastic window sweating inside the insulating glass unit is also due to improper installation. After all, in this case, it is a possible displacement of the entire structure and, as a consequence, depressurization. In both cases, the solution to the problem is replacing the plastic window. The manufacturer and installer are contractually responsible for the quality of the product and the work performed. For this reason, you should not do the installation yourself. It is better to entrust the matter to professionals who will do the job in compliance with all necessary standards.


The double-glazed windows are sweating: what to do

As mentioned above, if the glass inside the insulating glass unit sweats, the solution is one - replacement. If the matter is depressurized, the glazing unit itself can be replaced. And if it is a defect in the whole construction or a consequence of incorrect installation, you will have to change the entire window.

Suppose you cannot contact the manufacturer or installer (for example, there is no contract, the warranty has expired, and you have no money for repairs). In that case, you can try to repair and replace the insulating glass unit yourself.

The insulating glass unit inside between the panes of glass is sweating: how to fix it.

To do this, you need to remove the glazing bead. Then it is necessary to carefully remove the glazing unit from the window profile, find the place of depressurization and clean it.

Then it is necessary to dry the glass pane to escape the excess moisture. Again, a hairdryer is ideally suited for this, not necessarily a construction one.

Now you need to make the window airtight. First, you will need a suitable sealant. If you are a car owner, you probably have one. If you don't, you'll have to buy some. It's cheaper than buying a prefabricated glazing unit.

That's all. If you want, you can replace the silica gel so that any moisture that may have remained after drying is absorbed into it and will no longer bother you. To do this, we drill a hole in the aluminum frame (one hole in a single-glazed window, two holes in a double-glazed window). Act with the utmost care not to drill through the frame. If you want, use a stopper.

Empty the old silica gel and fill in the new one. You can make a funnel out of a small piece of paper to make it more convenient. Try to fill the frame.

And do not forget about sealing all the holes.

The last step is to put the glazing unit in place and fasten the glazing bars. Now you will not be bothered by the fact that the glass pane is sweating from the inside. No cold and noises with quality windows you are not afraid of.


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If you are faced with a problem with a sweating window unit, you will most likely need to seek help from qualified professionals. Heat Home Company will be happy to offer you our services. We will replace the defective insulating glass unit, and your windows will be as good as new.

What to do if the insulating glass unit is fogging up from the inside

Condensation inside the insulating glass unit often occurs during the cold season. The windows become cloudy, with streaks and stains. The most uncomfortable thing about this is that the design of plastic windows does not allow you to wipe away the moisture between the panes. However, there are ways to help cope with the problem.

Why do plastic windows sweat inside a double-glazed window

The glazing unit sweats inside between the panes for depressurization and improper installation. Without professional help, it will be challenging to do in both cases.

Leakage

If you receive moisture droplets almost from the moment of installation, it means you have a faulty window. Contact the manufacturer and have the glass replaced.

Tightness is compromised due to damage. For example, if there are no visible cracks even after an accidental impact on the glass, but moisture has begun to collect inside, it is time to take action. The same happens if the surface is carelessly attached to the decor or if blinds are nailed directly to the frame. The tightness is easily compromised in such cases, and the plastic window sweats inside the glass unit.

The only way out in case of depressurization is to contact specialists who will replace the damaged product.

Incorrect installation

Some manufacturers add an insufficient amount of silica gel between the panes, whose main task is to absorb moisture. As a result, condensation begins to accumulate inside.

If the construction as a whole is warped, it means you got an evil installer. So before the warranty expires, hurry up and take advantage of the free replacement of the insulating glass unit.

Poor quality fittings may also cause increased humidity.

To windows, do not sweat from the inside. Instead, order the manufacture and installation of a proven company with extensive experience and good reviews.

Other causes of sweating windows 

Most often, windows "cry" because of faulty ventilation. But that's not the only reason for drips on the surface.

If you are tired of constantly cleaning up dampness from the windows, check whether there are no such problems in the room:

  • Increased humidity that occurs when drying laundry or cooking.
  • The temperature contrasts the room and the street: it is icy outside, and the radiators inside are barely warm. This means the windows do not get warm, and condensation forms on them.
  • Features of the structure of the window sill. The sill blocks the heat to the window. Double-glazed windows fog up inside even when the radiators are hot.
  • Repairs in the apartment or on the balcony. Finishing materials release moisture when drying and condensation inside the window opening.
  • Violation of the technology of insulation of exterior and interior soffits.

Most of the causes of window fogging can be dealt with by yourself by simply eliminating them. The rest will have to fight with the help of specialists.

How to prevent fogging of the insulating glass unit at the installation stage 

Solving the problem of "weeping" windows is more complex than preventing it. Therefore, provide for everything still during installation. Some tips will help:

  • Choose high-quality, vacuum-formed, 2-chamber glass. It wouldn't hurt to use an energy-saving film.
  • Insulate the slopes with installation foam. There should be no gaps inside or outside.
  • Lubricate the area where the drip molding is attached with a cement mix and insulate with Styrofoam.
  • Caulk where the installation foam protrudes from under the window sill. This will prevent cold and drafts from entering.

If condensation is constantly forming, ventilate the room more often.

Do not place pots with flowers on window sills because watering, moist soil, and the plants themselves cause increased misting of the windows in the window opening.

What to do when the window pane sweats from inside 

The problem will be repeated if measures are not taken in time. All this will lead to such breakdowns that you will eventually have to replace the entire structure. To prevent this, you just need to use your windows correctly:

  • If it is not cold outside, you can always keep them on "airing" mode.
  • Turn on the cooker hood during cooking.
  • Install convection grilles on wide window sills.
  • Regularly check that the fittings are working correctly.
  • In cold weather, switch the structure to "winter" mode.

Periodically check the ventilation system. For example, a piece of paper should be drawn to the wall grille; if it is not, then the ventilation system is clogged.

Tools to help remove condensation

Droplets of moisture can simply be wiped off. But to make them appear less often, you need to use unique compounds.

An anti-freeze and anti-fog product called Lee-lo can be purchased with household and cleaning products at a store. Apply it to the glass surface first in concentrated form and then diluted. The ideal proportion is 1 part concentrate and ten parts water. There is no need to rinse off this product.

To remove internal condensation, you can use the preparation "Secunda" as an aerosol. Spray it on the glass and wipe it dry with a crumpled newspaper.

Folk methods

To remove condensation from the surface of windows, you can use home remedies.

Several times a month, wipe the glass with a mixture of alcohol and glycerin in a ratio of 20:1. To reduce the accumulation of moisture, draw a regular grid on the surface with a piece of soap and then rub until shiny.

Arrange thick decorative candles on the windowsill and light them. Within a few hours of burning, the air circulation in the room will normalize, and condensation will stop appearing.

Folk methods are a temporary measure. They are easy to use and affordable, but they will not solve the problem globally.

Preventing window fogging

To prevent windows from fogging inside between frames, you must monitor their condition. Regular maintenance and flushing will reduce the likelihood of condensation.

In addition, you need to perform several preventive measures:

  • ventilate the room regularly;
  • wash the glass pane once a month;
  • Keep the window ajar;
  • insulate linings with a quality sealant;
  • use a cooker hood in the kitchen;
  • Monitor the proper operation of ventilation.

The use of preventive measures will help to reduce the formation of condensation inside the insulating glass unit.

If the use of various remedies gives only a temporary effect, it is most likely due to improper installation of the insulating glass units. In this case, the solution to the problem can be found only after a complete diagnosis of the window construction.

The double-glazed window is sweating inside.


The double-glazed window is sweating inside - what shall I do

The reason for sweating the insulating glass unit inside, as a rule, is partial depressurization. For this reason, moisture or condensation may appear inside the insulating glass window. In addition, the same depressurization of the insulating glass unit can occur because of a factory defect or improperly installed plastic window installation.

Be that as it may, before replacing the insulating glass unit, you must be sure that the causes of fogging inside it are depressurization.

Causes of fogging of plastic windows

There is such a vivid expression as "weeping windows." This is a very unpleasant problem associated with many factors: high humidity, lack of quality ventilation in the house, and many others. Therefore, if you notice that the plastic windows are weeping, you should first find out the cause of the problem, and only then should you try to solve it.

So, the causes of fogging of plastic windows can be:

  • Large amounts of moisture in the apartment. Very often, humidity increases due to cooking, laundry, etc. Then the problem can be faulty ventilation in the kitchen or bathroom, where laundry is usually done.
  • A problem with the heating system. Often plastic windows sweat in the winter when there is a significant temperature difference between the street and the apartment. Thus, the problem of condensation on the windows inside lies in the heating system, namely:
  • The finish of the windows outside or inside is not done correctly. The same applies to the insulation of window jambs.
  • Incorrect placement of heating radiators (not under the windows, where they must be to provide an "air curtain").
  • Inadequate healing of the living space;
  • Poor-quality window hardware;
  • Adjustment of the plastic window is performed incorrectly, resulting in a loose fit to the frame sashes, ensuring the appearance of draughts.

First, you should check the windows for all the problems listed above. If any of them are noticed, you should fix them and then move on to why the insulating glass unit is sweating inside.

The insulated glass unit is sweating inside - what to do

If the double-glazed window is sweating on the inside, then, most likely, the matter is in its depressurization. Unfortunately, the double-glazed windows are made of a specific gas, so you can hardly eliminate this problem without replacing the glazing unit.

Leakage may occur due to marriage, improper installation of windows, or additional accessories. Such accessories are blinds, mosquito nets, etc., due to which the profile is drilled out.

Therefore, to install all of the above accessories, it is best to use sealant. Using it, you can also try to make up the existing holes in the frame of the plastic window and thus partially eliminate a nuisance problem with misting windows.

You can also try to remove the window pane, find the crack, and seal it with the same sealant. However, before doing this, you must be sure to dry the glass pane so that there is no moisture inside it entirely. It is not easy to do it at home, but you can try, especially if there is nothing else to do but replace the glass unit entirely.

Here are some other causes of fogging of plastic windows inside the insulating glass unit:

  • Improperly made or clogged drainage channels inside the plastic window;
  • Faulty hardware can also cause fogging of plastic windows inside the double-glazed window. If the windows close with difficulty, or there is the slightest warp in the sashes, then the cause of condensation on the windows can hide in it.
  • Improper finishing of windows. When finishing window soffits with plaster, the plastic window frame should not be in contact with the mortar or wall. A small gap with a vapor barrier must be placed between the structure and the surface.
  • Mistakes when installing the sill. If the window sill is installed with a void inside, the cold can penetrate through them to the window frame, which will always form condensation on the window in the winter.
  • Errors in the installation of the window. Such gross errors, such as not aligned frames, will also cause moisture on the windows.

As you can see, there are many reasons why the insulating glass unit can sweat inside. Therefore, before you change it for a new one and throw money down the drain, you should ensure that the cause is the depressurization of the insulating glass unit.

Why does the plastic window sweat between panes:

What must you do to remove the condensation

Metal-plastic constructions have long gained the sympathy of the majority of the population. It is caused, first of all, by the fact that now such windows do not need to be painted, insulated for the winter. In addition, double-glazed windows have excellent soundproofing characteristics and do not let dust into the room from the outside.

But unfortunately, PVC constructions can have one significant disadvantage - they are prone to fogging. So let's try to understand the cause of its appearance on the windows inside, to eliminate this problem. After all, the owner is not happy with the unaesthetic appearance of the misted-up double-glazed window. However, the problem is that the moisture that accumulates on the windows can provoke the formation of mold or fungus. Over time, they will begin to spread throughout the area, which can damage the repair and harm the occupants' health. At the same time, it is pretty challenging to remove mold from windows.

Common causes of possible window fogging

If you have a critical question, why are sweating plastic windows between the panes in the apartment from the inside? The answer is simple: the glass unit is defective. Here the blame lies entirely on the manufacturer since it is responsible for the airtightness of the product. Such glazing must be replaced. The profile is not changed. The window is replaced quickly and easily: glazing beads are removed - the double-glazed window is inserted.

Do not do the reinstallation yourself. This is the competence of professionals. In addition, if a firm makes the installation of the PVC construction, they are obliged to replace the insulating glass unit for free. Therefore, their contract must guarantee the elimination of this defect.


Why is the plastic window fogging

You may also cause a constant fogging of the window if you have ordered a single-glazed unit. Remember that these windows are unsuitable for residential areas because they poorly hold heat. This is because the distance between the panes is small.

We understand that single-glazed windows are cheaper, but it is impossible to save money on them. You will constantly wonder why windows sweat in the rain.

If you put at least two-chamber windows, you will enjoy their comfort for decades.

So why do quality insulated glass windows sweat from the inside

Fogging of windows from the inside can occur for a variety of reasons. But to avoid it, you need to find and fix the problem. So what can cause fogging?

  1. Sufficiently high humidity in the room as a result of drying laundry or cooking.
  2. Incorrect circulation of air flows.
  3. The significant temperature contrast between the street and the room: it is pretty cold outside, the radiators are barely warm, so the windows will not get warm, and condensation will appear on them.
  4. The structure of the window sill: the extensive outreach may be blocking the flow of heat to the window. In this case, the windows will fog even when the radiators are hot.
  5. Protective screens on radiators: they may not allow heat to pass to the window, which may cause fogging.
  6. Lack of exhaust: check the ventilation in the apartment, so it may be clogged, which means that there is not a proper outflow of humid air.
  7. Carrying out repair work in the apartment or on the adjacent balcony: most finishing materials require a kind of drying (the same wallpaper or ceramic tiles). As a result, the room's increased humidity forms condensation on the insulating glass unit.
  8. Improper installation of PVC construction: during installation, technological mistakes were made, such as poor sealing of gaps between the window opening and the profile; incorrect installation of the sill (it can not hold just screw-on and must be mounted on a unique base, which should create a layer that protects it from the cold, moisture and noise during strong gusts of wind).
  9. The window is not mounted level, which led to the warping, which means one thing: the sashes can not fit tightly.
  10. The use of low-quality hardware, as well as in cases where high-quality materials are installed incorrectly.
  11. Violation of technology during the insulation of soffits, both exterior and interior. These works need to be carried out with special care. Used for this purpose are the following materials:

 

  1. for exterior slopes foam and cement mortar;
  2. For internal - basalt board and glass wool.
  3. The presence of a poor quality sealant: in this case, there may be gaps between the profile and the glass directly, which will lead to the entry of cold air. The gasket can be replaced.
  4. Improper window adjustment leads to an insufficiently tight fit of the sashes.

How to prevent condensation

To prevent your windows from sweating after installation, try to follow these two simple rules:

  1. Do not put vases on the window sill: the flowers and the damp soil can cause condensation on the glass.
  2. Ventilate the room, especially when the humidity starts to rise.

Suppose the installation of PVC constructions in your apartment is only planned. In that case, we advise you to control the main stages of the work strictly: they must be carried out only according to the specified technology.

Never skimp on the insulating glass unit. It must be:

  • two-chambered at least;
  • high quality;
  • It is desirable to have an energy-saving film on it.

During the slopes' insulation, ensure that all the gaps between the profile and the window opening were carefully sealed with installation foam, both from the outside and the inside. After that, use insulation as well.

The sill is attached only to the prepared surface. In addition, it must also be insulated with foam.

In places where the installation foam protrudes, putty with special care, so the cold does not affect this area.


Installing an automatic ventilation system on PVC windows

Tips to help you prevent condensation on your windows

To you eventually do not have a question: why are sweating plastic windows, what to do in these cases, we advise you to adhere to these rules of their operation:

  1. Try to keep windows in "airing" mode if possible.
  2. When cooking in the kitchen, use a cooker hood and ventilate the apartment.
  3. Do not make the window sill wide or move the radiator forward from the wall in that case.
  4. If you have a desire to have a wide window sill, mount special grids into it. You may even have to remove the decorative grids from the radiators to avoid condensation on the window.
  5. Be sure to check the functionality of the apartment exhaust hood. This can quickly be done with an ordinary thin sheet of paper. Lean it against the ventilation grille. The sheet should be attracted. If it falls, the hood must be cleaned because it is clogged.
  6. If you find a defect in the PVC construction or installation work, contact the company that performed everything, and your comments will be corrected.
  7. Keep an eye on the wear and tear of the fittings. In the case of unserviceability, they can be quickly replaced.
  8. Be sure to switch windows to winter operation with the onset of cold weather. This is done with an Allen wrench. It is inserted into the eccentric, located at the end of the window, and turned.

So, there are two reasons for condensation:

  • technological: improper installation of windows, defective or worn components, fittings;
  • increased humidity in the apartment.

If you buy a quality window and install it correctly, then no condensation; you are not afraid.

In addition, if the humidity in the room will not exceed the norm and ventilation meets all the requirements, then the sweat on the windows will never be seen.

Why do the plastic windows sweat from the inside, and how to fix it?

PVC windows are increasingly installed in modern apartments. This is because they do not require mandatory insulation in the fall and paint in the winter; they are good protection from street noise and dust. But, at the same time, even such a high-quality design can cause some inconvenience - to mist up, and condensation can appear quite a lot. So let's find out why plastic windows sweat from the inside and what to do about it.

Fogged windows are not aesthetic, but it is not the main problem. The accumulation of moisture in this area and the constant dampness provoke the appearance of fungus or mold - they can spread throughout the room. And this already poses a threat to your fresh renovation and your health.

If the windows are sweating inside the insulating glass unit

If the insulating glass unit is sweating not on the outside but between the panes, there can only be one reason for this - defective insulating glass units. It is the producer's fault because the double-glazed window must be hermetically sealed.

This problem is solved simply - by changing the insulating glass unit (only it, but not the whole window construction - the profile remains the same). It takes several minutes to install the insulating glass unit, and the glazing beads are removed. Specialists must carry out these works. In addition, if you have addressed a qualified firm, the replacement of faulty leaking insulated glass unit will be free of charge - in fact, this marriage is covered by a warranty (it must be spelled out in the contract).

If the windows constantly sweat, the single-chamber double-glazed unit can be the culprit. Experts generally do not recommend using them in the living room, as they do not retain heat well enough. This is since the profile has only one layer and the minimum distance between the panes. Savings are not welcome, especially since the service life of high-quality plastic windows is measured in decades.

Causes of fogging of plastic windows

There can be many reasons why plastic windows sweat from the inside. And to eliminate the problem, you can't do it without identifying the causes. So, the problem can arise from:

  1. Increased humidity in the room - for example, when cooking, drying laundry, etc.
  2. Disturbances of air circulation in the apartment. If the radiators are only slightly warm in winter and are icy outside, the plastic windows can not heat properly.
  3. If the batteries are hot, but misting over the windows is still happening, you should check the window sill - it may be too far out and blocks the heat supply to the window area. Also, this can lead to protective screens on the radiators - because that way, the heat spreads through the apartment, does not cover the lower part of the window, and therefore condensate is formed there.
  4. The absence of quality ventilation can clog or not work at all, so the extraction of humid air is not carried out.
  5. Plastic windows can sweat if the apartment or balcony is repaired or immediately after its completion. After all, all freshly laid finish materials (wallpaper and even ceramic tiles) emit large amounts of moisture into the room, which will settle on the windows.
  6. Sealing gaps in the plastic windows with assembly foam
  7. Improper installation of the plastic window. Your windows were installed with a gross violation of technology - a poor sealing gap between the profile and the window opening. In addition, the sill is often installed incorrectly by simply screwing it to the window. The sill must be placed on a previously prepared mortar base - this will create an airtight layer and protect from moisture, cold, and noise in the event of strong winds.
  8. The window can also be installed with a violation of the level - the resulting misalignment leads to the fact that the sealing gaskets of window sashes fit loosely.
  9. Can play a role and poor quality fittings - because of it, the window sashes will not close tightly. The same effect will result and hardware mounted with rules violations.
  10. Improper execution of work on the insulation of exterior or interior soffits. They must be insulated, and it must be done qualitatively. Styrofoam is suitable as an external insulator. It is also necessary to use cement mortar - they close the gap in the joints of the window to the opening. When working with the inner slopes of the foam is not used - here, the preference is given to a basalt panel or glass wool (mineral insulation).
  11. Poor-quality sealing - There is a gap between the insulating glass unit and the frame, through which the cold air passes.
  12. Incorrect adjustment of the plastic window - insufficient adherence of sashes, improperly installed hardware, and so on.

How to eliminate fogging of plastic windows - to solve the problem

You can carry out some preventive measures to prevent windows from mistreating. So, if the window is already installed and the problem does not bother you too much, then follow two simple steps:

If you only plan to install a plastic window, then immediately control that all work was carried out carefully and following the technology:

  • Choose at least a 2-chamber glass unit of high quality, ideally with energy-saving film. The best option is considered to be vacuum glass;
  • carry out quality work on insulating the slopes: installation foam is thoroughly caulked both inside and outside the room, and then still add a suitable insulator;
  • the fixing place of the sill is also grouted and insulated with foam plastic;
  • Carefully puttied and where the excess foam protrudes from under the window sill eliminates the impact of the cold in this area.

As for the basic recommendations to eliminate condensation on plastic windows, they are as follows:

  • if the air temperature outside allows it, it is advisable to keep the windows on "ventilate" mode all the time;
  • constantly use the hood in the kitchen during the cooking process, ventilate the rooms regularly;

For wide window sills, the installation of convection grilles is recommended.

Reduce the sill width or extend the radiator from the wall, install convection grilles in the sill, or drill holes. It may also be necessary to remove decorative grilles;

Check how the apartment ventilation works - a thin sheet of paper should stick to the vent. If this does not happen, the ventilation system requires cleaning;

If you find a defect in the design of the metal-clad window or allowed inconsistencies in the technology of its installation, contact the firm that carried out the work - their responsibility is to eliminate the discrepancies;

regularly check the wear and tear of the hardware - adjustment or replacement of components may be required;

Do not forget to transfer the metal-plastic windows in winter operation mode. This will require an Allen key - inserted into the eccentric on the end of the window and then rotated.

As you can see, the main reasons why it gathers condensation on the plastic windows are twofold - either the incorrectly performed works on installing the metal-plastic construction or its defect (wear and tear) or too high humidity in the room. So if you choose a quality product and monitor the compliance with the correct installation, there is a good chance that the windows will not mist up. And suppose you also provide observance of temperature conditions and quality ventilation of the balcony. In that case, the problem will finally be solved - you will forget the unpleasant sweat on the windows and dampness.


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