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I need some recommendation regarding my bathroom glass window. It was modified from the previous owner abt 2 yrs ago. The top edge is connected to the false wall thru silicon. Once in a while, we close the glass door a bit hard, causing some damage to the top edge. It is now a bit loose, maybe can move +/- 0.5 cm. However, the side and bottom of the glass window are still well attached, no problem.

However, my wife is worried that the glass window will fall out. Is it possible? Should I get a contractor to repair? Or I'm thinking of using some 90deg connector to secure both sides of the top edge. I wonder if it is enough.

Anyone can give some recommendations? Thanks.






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If the top white portion (horizontal beam) is made of concrete, then I think is ok to use an angle bracket if you wish. But if that part is made of plaster board, then my advise if not to b'cos it won't be able to secure the glass. The glass movement in turn will damage it.

At my home, that glass is only held in place at the side & bottom only, so yours is strong enough to secure the glass in place too. The silicon at the top is just for appearance only.


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