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Your screens are ripped or rusty.

The hard part of screen replacement is figuring out the size of the spline that holds it in the frame. Make it easy by measuring the old rubber gasket using an architect's template (about $6; staples.com). The plastic rule has holes that correspond with common spline diameters represented in decimals of an inch, such as .125 and .175.
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