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Old 08-25-2014, 08:34 PM   #1
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Any way to repair fogged side double pane glass

Drivers side window starting to fog up and was wondering if I can have it drained and cleaned or just replace it?

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Old 08-25-2014, 08:44 PM   #2
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Go to the bar at top of page , type in fogged windows in search box. You will have a days worth of reading.
I stopped at this guy RVFogDr.com

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Go to the bar at top of page , type in fogged windows in search box. You will have a days worth of reading.
I stopped at this guy RVFogDr.com
I concur with the RVfogdr recommendation, and as an aside, he does recommend people in other areas when it's too far or impractical to travel to his location.

Last year all six panes of my two front side sections (sliding and fixed, pass and drivers side) started to fog. He recommended a place near Ft. Myers (where I happened to be traveling) and I stopped by - they completed the work within 6 hours by pulling the frames, separating and cleaning the panes, installed new gaskets, pressurized them, and reinstalled with new rubber all around.

Worth every nickel and I haven't had a problem in the 10 months it was,done.
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Old 08-26-2014, 12:22 AM   #4
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Dave Root Fogged Window Repair does very good work and he has a kit for do-it-your-selfers. There are several threads on this forum where Dave, and this issue have been discussed. I have had Dave fix 5 windows, including all three panes in the DS side window.
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In May I had 9 windows resealed by Dave Roots out of Bend, Or
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He had 2 of his guys come to my place around 200mi one way. They started around 7AM and finished around 5:30PM and they did a great job.
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I removed windows and split the paynes of glass and cleaned and installed windows back in coach with only 1 Payne of glass and had them tinted

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