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Read 35 Alside windows reviews from homeowners and contractors to explore popular models such as the Excalibur, Sheffield, Ultramaxx, Mezzo and Preservation.

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Editor's Alside Window Review

Alside is a large building supply company that is owned by a larger company, AMI. The company has been making windows, siding, and patio doors for over 60 years. Alside has a mixed reputation, depending on the product you are talking about and who you ask about them. In terms of windows, Alside makes some bad ones and some decent ones.

The Alside Excalibur and Sheffield are, in my opinions, are not good windows and this is evident in a greater than .11 air infiltration rating. Both the Ultramaxx and Excalibur use a snap in sill, which is a poor design, and can present some problems down the road - and has for lots of consumers.

The newer Alside Mezzo is a decent window, probably on par with the Pella 350 vinyl series I'd say. Then there are a number of windows that are marketed as stand alone brands, but that are made by Alside; Preservation and Insignia are the most popular. These vinyl windows are pretty darn solid, the problem is they are often priced out as if they are the top tier vinyl windows on the market. My own opinion is that they are not.

All in all, I think Alside makes a couple good vinyl windows, but I feel that unless you are getting a great price on the product, there are better alternatives out there.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Mezzo Windows Reviews


Simoton 9800 vs. Alside Mezzo

We have quotes for both of these windows with a big price difference. Are we trying to compare apples to oranges? Would you recommend the Alside Mezzo over the Alside Sheffield? Our quote for those are about the same. Will appreciate your assessment.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Mark, there is a big difference between the Simonton 9800 series and the Alside Mezzo. The 9800 is one of the best window series from Simonton and I would say the Mezzo is just an okay vinyl window, maybe in the lower end of the mid range. I would say the Alside Mezzo is better than the Sheffield, so if the option is between these two, I would go with the Mezzo. In general, Simonton windows are one tier up from Alside, although the Ultramaxx from Alside is a pretty decent window.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Mezzo vs Ply Gem Pro Windows

I have received quotes for Alside Mezzo and Ply Gem Pro double hung windows. The Mezzo was cheaper. Which would you recommend?

Stephanie - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Robert, I would say the Alside Mezzo and Ply Gem Pro are pretty comparable in terms of quality and performance. Both of them are pretty solid middle of the road vinyl windows. I would say go with the cheaper of the two, although I would add that the installer would a bigger factor for me than the window. The quality (lack of quality) of the installation will affect performance more than the window itself.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Mezzo vs Milgard Tuscany

Looking at Mezzo vs Milgard Tuscany. Cost about the same. What do you think?

Jim - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Jim, I think you're right that these two windows are about the same in terms of quality and performance. I think that Milgard enjoys the better reputation in the industry though in terms of consistency and batch quality. If it were me, I'd go with the Milgard Tuscany window, all things being equal.

However, since they are so close, I would suggest looking at the quality of installer or installation team, as the real basis of comparison. Who do you feel more comfortable with? Who has the better reputation? Ask the company how many windows of that brand they install per year, how many issues arise, how well do they work with the company to resolve the issue, how quickly does the company respond, etc. These are some great questions to help you narrow down the answer to the installation question.

Good luck!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Mezzo or Sunrise Verde Windows

Hi - I'm going crazy with window research. We have 18 yr-old Marvin Integrity that are terrible - such bad leakage we have plastic on many & lots of black mold in the corners.

Since we're looking at replacing every window in the house (approx. 16 Windows, most double-hung, plus 2 sets of sliding patio doors) we are cost conscious but also insist on getting better quality.

We live in far-western WI, which is basically like living in MN. We are not interested in giving Marvin any more money. The bid from Renewal/Andersen was insane.

Thing is, I'm having a very hard time finding anyone with a sample of anything else for me to look at, except Alside Mezzo and SeasonGuard (made "exclusively" for a WI construction co).

We want: efficiency, high VT (slimline frames preferred), wood-look interior (that looks decent), grid options (we like Prairie) and a really good warranty.

The upgraded Mezzos have good thermal ratings, but I'm wanting to compare with something else. I like what I read about Revere Birkshire Elite. ???

There is a nearby dealer who could get Sunrise Standard Series and another that can get Verde. HOWEVER, I've read that Sunrise uses multiple layers of Low-E 4 coatings to reach a better U-factor but this compromises the condensation resistance. ??? So help me God, if our new Windows have a problem with condensation resistance, my husband will have a fit.

Should we be looking at something else? Simonton? PlyGem? Great Lakes? I'm not even sure about dealers around here (Minneapolis/St. Paul area).

I just don't know what to do & really need some input.

Sarah - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Sarah, of all the windows you mentioned, the Sunrise Verde is by far the best…the Sunrise standard is good too, plus you can add any upgrades to it that are important to you — you really can't get much better than the sunrise, unless Soft-Lite or Okna are available in your area. These are the top three vinyl window companies as far as I'm concerned…

Ask the sunrise dealer to go over the low-e4 issue, I've never heard anyone say that, I would be interested if that were true, but I sort of doubt it…did you hear that from one of their competitors?

Please, let me know if you have any follow up questions!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Mezzo vs. Soft-Lite Element

Dane, Here is what I' m looking at:

One company is Alside Mezzo, case price 10,997 or 422.96/window

Another is Soft Lite Elements (free 3rd pane) discounted price?? 16,714 or 642.86/window

Another company is AMI (I imagine Alside, even though they say it is not Alside window) in the middle at about $450/window

They are all highly rated on BBB and Angie's list. I like the Soft Lite window (and the company - seem more trustworthy), but are they worth $220 more a window for 26 windows? My wife is hesitant to spend the extra $5700 for the Elements. We should be in our home at least another 15 years. The Soft Lite company is happy to divide up the job over a year or two and are not pushy at all. I'm not much of a haggler, but I wonder if 550 a window for the Elements is a fair counter offer? I won't hold you responsible, so don't hold back. Just tell me what you would do if you were middle class cop with normal family and bills.

Mike - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Mike, if it were me I would go with Soft-Lite Element for $642 per window. This is actually a very good price. However, there is no reason not to try and get them to lower their price :) It never hurts to ask and the worst thing they can say is no. I'm not much of a haggler either, although my wife is amazing at it.

Here is what I do that keeps me in my comfort zone when negotiating - "We really like the Elements Series and want to go with you guys, but it is a little out of our price range. Is there any way to get that price closer to $600, $575 (insert whatever price you want) per window. If we could get here, I'm all ready to sign."

Perhaps they will come down in price simply for the business. They may also run through all of the options you've selected (glass, hardware, etc.) and suggest a way to lower the per window price to something that you guys can better afford.

I honestly think you will be better served with the Soft-Lite than the Mezzo in the long run, but I understand that paying the extra money is a tough pill to swallow at the outset!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015


Alside Mezzo vs. Sheffield

I have had two companies visit my home to give me an estimate. I have 26 windows, (2) of which are 11" sidelights on a second floor.

American Weathertechs LLS – local company highly rated on Angie's List and BBB A+. Their quote (cash) is $11,597. Window is Alside Preservation double pane

RWT – Replacement Window Techs – also local highly rated on Angie's List and BBB A+. Their quote (cash) is $10,997. Window is Alside Sheffield or Mezzo

*I think it is important to know that this company consists of 5 employees, owner + 4 steady employees. It seems to me that if the same 5 guys are always working together, and maintaining high ratings, that has to be considered.

After reading your site for hours, I have come to the conclusion that Alside may not be the best choice. We live in a 24 year old house with the original contract grade aluminum windows. I have tried to locate local dealers who sell Okna, Simonton, and Polaris as it seems these are very good choices.

I am by no means rich. I want a good value for my money. Would you mind pointing me in a direction and no I won't bitch if it goes south. I'm just a dumb cop who doesn't want to regret such a substantial purchase. Thank you for your time. Most sincerely,

Mike - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Mike, I'm not a huge fan of Alside Windows, although the Preservation is a nice model and the Mezzo is not bad either. I do think that a few more bids might help to clarify prices and let you see and feel some different vinyl windows that might provide you with some better long term value.

I absolutely agree that installation teams that know one another and install the same windows over and over again is a very good thing, especially if they have a strong reputation.

I'd get a bid on Simonton Reflections 5300 or 5500 model, perhaps even the Impressions 9800 - assuming you find a dealer near you.

This page has some recommendations for some affordable options - affordable vinyl windows.

These guys do Okna windows in Columbus - you may want to call them up and see if they know of a dealer in Cincinnati. http://winglerconstructionandremodeling.com/why-okna/

Call Sunrise and see if they have a local dealer.

Call Stanek - I know they probably service your area as well and they make nice vinyl windows - more on Stanek window reviews

We are in the process of creating state pages for consumers so let me know what you find out so I can add to the page and help other consumers get some good recommendations. Ohio Replacement Windows

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015


Alside Excalibur Windows Reviews


Alside Excalibur Replacement Windows

How do I get 2 Alside excaliber replacement windows replaced. They were installed in 2007 and now have moisture/mildew between the panes.

Catherine - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Hi Catherine, the best step is to contact the Alside rep in your area and see if they can help you. I love the new smartphones because you can take pictures of the windows and send it to them and they can see the problem without having to come all the way out to your home, which can often be difficult to achieve. If you do not get any relief from them, call Alside directly and explain the problem and send them the pictures as well. Window companies like to avoid consumers who have legitimate gripes because its a headache. Consumers who are persistent and troublesome for them often get relief because they have a legitimate concern and the company wants the issue (you) to go away. It's the darker side of the business for sure, but unfortunately it does exist.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015


Excalibur vs. Alside Sheffield

I am in the process of replacing five windows in my property. The only reputable window company here is Window World. Now I know Window World doesn't have the best reputation, but there have been no complaints about the branch in our local area.

Through Window World I have been offered two good window choices, both Alside. I've been offered the Alside Sheffield, which is the ComfortWorld 6000 and the Alside Excalibur, which is the ComfortWorld 4000, but am torn on which one to go with. I can only see a small difference in the frames between the two, which is really making my final decision really difficult and I could do with some advice on which is the better option. Bear in mind I am in Kansas City and we have heavy winds here with dramatic weather changes, so this needs to be taken into consideration. Any advice will be appreciated.

Kyle- Homeowner - from 2013

[Contractor Response]

Taking Window World out of the equation and concentrating on the Alside windows only, I must say I have had bad experiences with both. I installed Alside windows not too long ago for a client and after the first bad weather they experienced air leaks and warped sashes. There are many other choices available which offer better performance numbers and are a solid window. I recommend you see if you can't get other windows, such as the Soft-Lite Imperial Pro. These are great performing windows, they are visually appealing and should manage the weather patterns you experience in Kansas City.

If your only choices are those from Window World, then I'd recommend the 6000 series. Bear in mind that the installation of the window plays a very important role in the overall performance. If the installer is working for Window World and is included in the price, make sure you are completely happy with the installation and that the job has been completed to the highest standard, as most of these installers are paid poorly by the manufacturer, which results in them doing quick jobs without paying enough attention to the quality of their work. Out of the two you have mentioned, I believe the Sheffield to be the better option. Though if you can spend some time to research some other options that are available which may offer you better peace of mind.

Fred - Installer - from 2013


Excalibur or Okna

I have been shopping around for replacement windows for a while now. I am replacing five windows and have quotes on Alside Excalibur and Okna Envirostar. The Excalibur windows have come in at $496 for double hungs completely installed. The problem is that while I have the quote in my hand, I haven't seen the windows, so I did some online research.

Reading through the many recommendations, I found Okna to be a top choice, so I found a company in my area that will supply these to me, though they advised they will cost anywhere from $600 to $800 for each window. I managed to secure a quote on the Okna Envirostar at $740 fully installed. Now of course I am not sure which to go with, which one would you recommend and why? The price is not my deciding factor, I would rather have a quality window that will last.

Dean - Homeowner - from 2011

[Contractor Response]

Personally I haven't had good experiences with the Alside Excalibur windows, I found them to leak air and don't see them as a favorable product. I believe in the Okna brand and don't think you can go wrong installing these. Overall Okna have the visual appeal and improved performance numbers. In my personal experience any installation problems we have encountered have been Excalibur windows and I would rate them as one of the worst windows available. Okna on the other hand is worth the extra money and I would rate them as one of the top three windows. If you are looking at price, why not look at the Okna 400s? These are entry level, but still good quality when compared to the Excalibur.

Steven - Contractor - from 2011

Read additional Okna reviews.


Excalibur vs. Thermal Industries

I have shopped around and obtained two quotes for replacement windows, one is for the Thermal Industries Energy Wizard and the other is for the Alside Excalibur. Currently we have cheap builder grade windows and I want to move away from that. All I need is for my new replacement windows to be energy efficient and be built to last a good few years.

Linda - Homeowner from - 2012

[Contractor Response]

My recommendation would be to keep looking. Both the windows you have mentioned are not the best window options available. Both have poor reputations and their performance numbers are not worth getting excited about. Have you looked as the HiMark windows? What about SoftLite or Sunrise? All of these excel when it comes to reputation and performance over the Excalibur and Thermal Industry options.

James - Homeowner - from 2012


Alside Excalibur vs Simonton 5050

I am busy replacing my windows and have a number of quotes to consider. The ones that really appeal to me are the Alside Excalibur and the Simonton 5050, but I am not sure which is the better option for Colorado.

Sam - Homeowner - from 2011

[Contractor Response]

If you are looking at only those two windows, then the Simonton is the better choice. But if you want to keep shopping around, it's worthwhile having a look at the other Simonton models, as you can obviously get that brand in Colorado. The 9800 and 5300 are much better than the 5050. The Simonton 5050 are often used in rental properties as they are affordable and don't last. The Excalibur is much the same. Also check out Amerimax windows, which are based in Colorado.

Daniel - Homeowner - from 2011


Customer Satisfaction With Alside

Window World was the 3rd and lowest quote that I got for my windows. I had all of my condo windows replaced, and the difference in sound was amazing. The bed that's right by the window used to be cold at night, and now it's a comfortable temperature all the time, I'm finally sleeping all night without waking up for more blankets. They are a lot like Alside Excalibur, a decent window but nothing fancy, good when you have a tight budget and decent weather to work with. They probably wouldn't do in a place with harsh winter, but they look good and have a nice lifetime warranty. The installers were great, they worked fast, left it clean, and were very professional.

Daniel - Homeowner in California - from 2011


Alside Excalibur Window Complaint

I've seen a lot of windows, and I think that the Alside Excalibur has both a poor design and shoddy manufacturing. Air infiltration is a particular weakness here. The official test numbers aren't that good, but once installed they are even worse. The manufacturer takes a cheap, poorly designed window and then does a terrible job of making it. I wouldn't recommend it.

Tony - Industry Expert - from 2010


Alside Excalibur vs. Okna Windows

I've seen a lot of reviews that trash the Excalibur and talk about how much better the OKNA 500 is. That's ridiculous! The OKNA 500 is about twice as much, of course it's going to be better. The Excalibur is a low-cost window, so if you're going to compare it should be against ones that cost the same. It's a decent window for the price.

Brian - Consumer - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

Brian, the easy answer is that of course you get what you pay for. For the most part, bargain windows aren't really a bargain. After only a few years, warping and bowing of the frame can cause leaks. Replacing a $300 window after five years compared to replacing a $600 after 30 years, it's pretty clear that the more expensive window is cheaper in the long run. Even with good customer service willing to cover the cost of the replacement windows, the installation will cost you.

Dan - Contractor - from 2010


Excalibur vs Silverline 9500 Series

I'm getting replacement windows, is the Silverline 9500 better than Excalibur? Any others I should look at?

Walden - Homeowner - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

If you're flipping or renting the property, those are fine, but if you plan to live with them I'd look at something better. Softlite, Okna, Gorell, Sunrise, Simonton, PGT, Great Lakes. They are all a lot better. If for some reason you're determined to get one of those, the 9500 beats the Excalibur.

Jeremy - Contractor - from 2010


Alside Excalibur Series vs Harvey

I got Alside Excalibur and Harvey Classic quotes for my house outside Boston. I need 12 double hungs and 2 bay windows. I liked the contractor, is was the same guy for either window. The Alsides will be $7500 and the Harveys $8700. I'm not sure if the Harveys are better, or at least enough better to pay that much more.

Bryan - Homeowner in Massachusetts - from 2009

[Contractor Response]

I wouldn't use the Alside no matter how much cheaper they are. The Harvey window price you got quoted is excellent.

Wayne - Contractor - from 2009


Importance Of Installation

As an installer, I've worked with a lot of Alside Excalibur windows and I think they are some of the best in the business. They look good and are pretty sturdy for the price. What people don't realize is that the dealer and the installer are more important than the manufacturer. You want to buy from someone who cares about customer service. The installer is just as important - a good installation can make a lousy window work pretty well for a long time, and a bad installer is going to leave you with a leaky, drafty window, no matter how much you paid for it. A bad installation is probably going to void your warranty as well.

Dave - Installer in California - from 2009


Alside Sheffield Windows Reviews


Alside Sheffield Window Review

Last year my wife and I had Sheffield Alside windows put on our home. Within a few months they were leaking air, which was awful because it was cold and drafty all winter. They ended up being no better than the 20 year old windows they replaced. I don't know if it's the actual windows or if we had a bad installer. I've been trying to get him to come take a look, but he keeps putting me off. Our neighbors had their windows done around the same time with Renewal by Andersens and they haven't had any of these problems.

Dan - Consumer in Colorado - from 2011


Alside Sheffield vs Simonton Windows

I have a bunch of windows to replace - sliders, double hung, casement, and a sliding door. I've pretty much narrowed it down to a few choices. They all qualify for the $1500 tax credit, which is nice. I'm looking at:

Alside Sheffield (with Climatech & Super spacer): $6400
Simonton Prism Platinum/5500 (w/ Super Spacer): $7700
Great Lakes Grandview 4000: $7500
Great Lakes Grandview 5000 (triple pane): $8300

Sheffields are affordable but there's usually a reason when one thing is a lot cheaper. I've heard good things about Simontons, but are they worth that much more? And I don't know a lot about Great Lakes but they look good and I think the price isn't that bad.

Jack - Homeowner in Colorado - from 2009

[Response From Contractor]

The Simonton is always a good bet. Great Lakes makes good windows, and they have good customer service. Either would be ok. I would stay away from the Alsides unless the money is a problem.

William - Contractor - from 2009

Read more on Simonton windows reviews.


Alside Sheffield Windows Reviews

I've put in a lot of different windows, and the Alside Sheffield is one that I really hate to see. I think it's just cheap. Instead of a sloped sill, like every well-designed window out there, the frame has the same extrusion on all sides. It's a cheap shortcut that saves millions on factory equipment. Unfortunately, most home owners don't pay attention and they'll buy it anyway. Another problem the Sheffield has is the handle. When you lift up it puts stress on the glass. It's just a cheap and ugly way of doing things - a good window will have the handle in the sash rail.

Hartley - Installer - from 2008


Alside Ultramaxx Windows Reviews


Alside Ultramaxx vs Hawthorne Alliance

Tim, we recently purchased an older home and are looking to replace the single pane windows. I have had different contractors give me estimates and tell me their window is more superior to the other guys. I would rather have facts than just a bunch of talk. The two brands are the Hawthorne Alliance vs. Alside promaxx with Climatech TG2 (triple pane). There are roughly 20 windows to replace along with a sliding patio door. We would be looking for a wood grain interior and a beige exterior. I am wondering if I should check into the Ply Gem Premium window. I would appreciate any feedback that you would have. I never would have guessed choosing a window could be so difficult.

Brian - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Brian, I would say that the Alliance Hawthorne window is decent - I certainly wouldn't put it in the exceptional range, but decent numbers and decent features. The Alside Ultramaxx (I haven't heard of the promaxx, perhaps a specialty window line?) is a decent window as well, but again not a world beater by any means. Not to say that you need the very best vinyl window out there, but you do need really solid installation so this component of the project should account for 50% of the equation when you decide.

Absolutely get a quote on the Ply Gem Premium - maybe even one more from a Soft-Lite, Sunrise, Okna, Polaris or ProVia dealer - it can never hurt to get more bids. Usually, I recommend taking the lowest priced bid and calling the window company you most like and asking if they can come close to the per window price quote.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015


Alside Ultramaxx Series vs Gorell Windows

I have 23 windows to replace. I'm looking at the Alside Ultramaxx for $14,500 or Gorell 5300 for $11,500. Any ideas how they compare?

Dan - Homeowner - from - 2009

[Contractor Response]

The Gorell is much better, no question. I can't imagine why Alside would ask that much, they are lower quality than Gorells.

Larwence - Installer - from 2009


Alside Preservation Windows Reviews


Alside Preservation vs Milgard

I am a single woman who just bought a 1977 split level home with the original alum windows. Some have fogging, some are just fine. I want to replace them and I've had many quotes over the past 2 months and I'm still at a loss. I have 12 sliders, 1 PW, and 1 sliding glass door. RBA came in at $38k and DaBella came in at $19k, so they are both ruled out. I'm down to Window World at $7.5k, Alside Fairfield 80 series $9,5k (triple pane which I think is overkill for Portland OR), and Milgard (through Lowes and with my own installer) both Styleline $10,5k and Tuscany $11,3k.

Based on your calculator, these are all over priced. I just want a mid range quality window and I don't know what to pick. Lowe's also suggested Cascade Empire Series, said these use the same glass as Milgard. Please help me with your opinion on what to do. Robyn

Robyn - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Robyn, that Renewal quote is crazy high. It looks like DaBella sells Preservation windows, which are a private label Alside window that are typically pretty overpriced as well (at least in my opinion). I'm not a huge fan of Window World or Alside so I can't in good conscious recommend going with either of these.

I do like Milgard though and think that the extra $800 for the Tuscany is definitely worth it. You can't really base those prices though on the calulator on our site though because sliding glass doors and patio windows can run $1000K plus easily. Based on the price you were quoted out on the Alside Fairfield 80 series, I would say the Tuscany quote sounds reasonable.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Alside Preservation Window Review

Preservation windows are made by Alside. They market them as their exclusive high end window, but I would put them as a solid middle of the road window that is often sold for a high end price. That's a problem, the average person doesn't know that the Preservation isn't a top tier vinyl window like the best models from Sunrise Windows or Polaris. You may want to get some additional bids for the sake of comparison.

Pete - Installer - from 2014


Alside Insignia Windows Reviews


Alside Insignia Window Review

Insignia Windows by Alside. How is there performance in the Rocky Mountain region?

Chuck - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Chuck, the Alside Insignia Window is quite good, I am impressed with the list of features used on this window. The problem is often how much they charge for the window. While they include some nice features, the Insignia is not one of the best vinyl windows out there.

If I were you, I would start out getting a bid on an Amerimax, perhaps their mid range vinyl window. I would imagine that it would be much more affordable, but I could be wrong. Get a couple more bids and see how the windows and prices compare before you ink anything.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


General Alside Window Reviews


Alside vs Window World

Window World uses a lot of subcontractors, which I really don't like. You never know what kind of workmanship you're going to get. They use Alside as their main supplier. You can get a good deal if you need some simple white double hungs, but if you want energy efficient features or different style windows, you'll find a lot of extra charges. Generally, you can do better than Window World. If I'm going to live in a house I want decent windows to keep the energy bills reasonable and the house comfortable. For a rental or if you're planning to move, cheap models makes a lot of sense.

William - Contractor - from 2011


Alside Customer Satisfaction

Five years ago I replaced all twenty windows in my home with Alsides. I live in Washington, DC and we have extreme heat in the summer and cold in the winter, and we haven't had any problems with drafts or cold spots. I think my installer did a really good job. They talked a lot about insulation and ended up using a foam around the windows and some aluminum cladding on the outside. We've been really happy with them.

Rick - Homeowner - from 2009

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