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Old 06-10-2019, 08:57 PM   #1
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Egress Window Fail

Ventana 3709 2016.
Once again, our bedroom egress window failed - delaminated. Once before this happened and I was advised to use an adhesive called HV-350 to glue it back together. This worked for about two years but has now separated again. HV-350 is hard to find locally so I had to order some to try relaminating it.
Questions:
  1. There is an egress door in the rear bathroom. Do I really need the egress window in the bedroom? Could I replace it with a regular frameless window?
  2. Newmar tells me that a replacement window will cost about $470 plus labor. Are there other less costly options?
  3. Any other remedies to suggest?

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Old 06-10-2019, 11:32 PM   #2
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I’d try using glue again. I broke my egress window and those replacement costs are accurate. Painful lesson for me
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