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Awning operator system turn simple configurations of glass into room-expanding views, making it easy to let in air and light. Awning windows are hinged at the top to open outward, allowing ventilation even when there’s light rain; their simple operation makes them ideal over sinks, counters or doorways. Above all, they’re a versatile way to let fresh air circulate, and great for creating modular looks stacked with additional awnings, or paired with non-moving windows such as picture or specialty windows. Over time or due to temperature changes, the door or jamb can swell and warp, preventing the bolt from fully latching into the backing plate. The backing plate can be moved or slightly modified to fix this condition. The purpose of the awning operator system is to absorb the impact of repeated insertions of gauge sticks, and to help dissipate the impact of product being dropped into the tank. ... Today, most striker plates are installed by the tank manufacturer. To snug the door up you would move the backing plate toward the center of the door jamb. Move it away from the center if the strike will not seat when the door is closed. For minor adjustments, you may be able to loosen the plate and tap it in the direction you need.