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Double Pane Window -- Repair or Replace?

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I busted the outer pane of a double pane slider in my garage. Should I attempt to remove & replace the individual pane, or replace the entire double pane assembly? I understand that there will be no insulating properties if I do the former, but it is just the garage (unheated). My biggest concern is breaking the good pane attempting to replace the bad one. :doh:

Lastly, any ideas on what the costs will be for:

1) just the glass -- DIY
2) Entire assy -- DIY
3) professional repair/replacement on site

Jim
 

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After some additional Googling I think I found my answer. Definitely seems to make the most sense to replace the entire IGU.
 

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