How are pocket windows supposed to work?
Hello - we just bought a 1922 cottage w/ a sleeping porch that is lined with "pocket windows". They each have a hinged door in the sill below them that holds them in place. When you lift the door, you can see down into the wall. I believe the pane is supposed to drop completely down into the wall, but they have no handles, and I'm afraid to lower one down - I might not get it back!
Can anyone explain how they were originally designed to work so I can restore them? Google has let me down.
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