How to install a Window Opening Control Device (WOCD) kit

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Hey, it's Mike from Swisco.com, and today I'm going to show you how to  install the Swisco 26-387 Face mount single-action vent lock kit. The 26-287 kit is designed to install directly to the face of the window jamb  and interact with the active sash of any hung or sliding window.  For this exercise you will need a drill, a 1/4 inch drill bit, a tape measure,  a phillips-head screw driver, and safety glasses - I'll be using the Swisco 75-058 safety glasses. to get started with the installation of the 26-387 vent lock kit,  first close and lock your window. Next, take your tape measure and mark a line 3 11/16 inches from the top of your bottom sash. Place your lock on the edge of the window, right above the line,  and mark your screw hole centers, which should be about 15/16 apart. Next, take your drill with the 1/4 inch drill bit and drill holes into your marked hole centers. Next, take your screw post and insert it through the holes you just drilled from inside the window track. If you are having trouble getting the screw post in, you can remove your   window balances which should give you some extra space to work with. Each lock comes with three shims. Measure the distance between the front of you window sash, and the frame surface and then refer to the included instructions to determine how many shims... See more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Do_M8yrSkJk
Video Description Hey, it's Mike from Swisco.com, and today I'm going to show you how to  install the Swisco 26-387 Face mount single-action vent lock kit. The 26-287 kit is designed to install directly to the face of the window jamb  and interact with the active sash of any hung or sliding windo...