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Old 04-15-2017, 04:39 PM   #1
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moisture between thermopane windows

Ok I have a 2014 Itasca Meridian 34b and one of the crank-out windows (passenger side behind couch) has moisture in between the two panes of glass. Is there a fix for this, would it be covered by warranty? We only have 6700 miles on the coach. Any suggestions?
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I don't know about your warranty but I had my large door window one replaced last year in Coburg OR by RV Glass Solutions. They also have an AZ location.
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Now the drivers side window is going to need replacing. My two front side windows are an odd shape and they don't even try to remove them. They just break them out and put a new one in. The passenger side one was $565 done at their Coburg location.
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Ok I have a 2014 Itasca Meridian 34b and one of the crank-out windows (passenger side behind couch) has moisture in between the two panes of glass. Is there a fix for this, would it be covered by warranty? We only have 6700 miles on the coach. Any suggestions?
Your coach came with a 12K mi 12mo. warranty, which ever came first. Per these definitions, you're out of warranty.

Some of the component manufacturers offer a 2 year warranty, but it sounds your're past this point as well. Your coach is 3-4 years old at this time.

To repair the problem, the window unit needs to be removed from the coach. There are several shops around the country who will rebuild the window unit for you. The fault comes from a bad seal in the thermopane unit. If the glass has heavy condensation, then the glass may have to be replace as the glass may be etched. If it's light, they may be able to clean the glass and install a new seal and re-install in the coach.

Suncoast Designers in Steffner, FL is a popular place to have fogged glass repaired. There are other shops that can do this as well.
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If these are similar to my bedroom window tip outs, check with Winnebago Tech support and see if they can be ordered from SGI. Mine cost $142 plus shipping. I had one installed at the factory and I installed the second one. If they are made to spec it took about 15 minutes to change out.
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I thought Se-Gi was out of business?

Guess not, here's their website: http://www.se-gi.com/
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Had a window repaired at Suncoaster in Fl, thought they were in Hudson.. Anyway, these guys are first class..
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