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It is basically a weight attached to a piece of string. The component is temporarily attached to the end of a sash cord and used to help feed the cord through the pulleys. Mouse
Openings in the pulley jamb of a box sash window that give access to the sash cord and weights, allowing the window to be fitted and maintained. Pocket
A piece of timber housed into the pulley jamb and the head of a box sash window, separating the sliding sashes Parting bead
A piece of timber fixed to the jamb and head of a box sash window, keeping the sashes in place Staff bead
A thin piece of timber fixed inside the pulley stiles of a box sash window, used to keep the sash weights apart Parting slip
The wheel situated within the jambs at the top of a sliding sash window. The cords run over these wheels Pulley
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