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Old 01-08-2009, 12:53 PM   #15
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Two months since washing and counting with no refogging. Have been through several rains but no altitude change and also the windows are not currently in direct sun.

TIP: If you re-use your liquids, be sure and filter them before reinjecting into the window space - little particles of debris will have appeared in the stored liquids and you don't want to inject that stuff up into the window space where you will be looking at it until you sell the coach!
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Has anyone tried the cleaning method on Se-Gi flush mounted windows? If so, how did it work?
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Old 02-05-2009, 05:50 PM   #17
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As long as the window has a slider the system will work. Not sure what you are calling flush mount?
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We just left Suncoast Designers, Inc. suncoastdesigners.com in Hudson, FL. They repaired our 120" large living/dining room slide window. We are very pleased. We were there over night - they provide 50 amp w/water and have a dump station. The cost was $500 but they completely remove window, separate the insulated glass, remove the seal and wash the windows. Then apply a new seal and re-insulate the glass. We are very pleased.

Isn't cheap, but for the faint of heart like ourselves who can't imagine being able to use the do-it-yourself kit, it was well worth it!

We posted more info on the repair site thread.
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Hope someone is still reading this thread! I have "gasket creep" on all driver side windows, probably as a result of parking for long period with that side facing the setting sun in the west. Is anyone aware of a company that will replace the gaskets rather than just replacing all the windows?
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We just left Suncoast Designers, Inc. suncoastdesigners.com in Hudson, FL. They repaired our 120" large living/dining room slide window. We are very pleased. We were there over night - they provide 50 amp w/water and have a dump station. The cost was $500 but they completely remove window, separate the insulated glass, remove the seal and wash the windows. Then apply a new seal and re-insulate the glass. We are very pleased.

Isn't cheap, but for the faint of heart like ourselves who can't imagine being able to use the do-it-yourself kit, it was well worth it!

We posted more info on the repair site thread.
I be had all my "creepy seals" replaced. Work was. Done by Dave Root in Bend, OR. He does good work! Check his website for his traveling work schedule.

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I know there have been have been a lot of posts on repairing windows. Dave Root offers three ways to fix windows. Have him fix them, or remove them yourself and ship them to him and get a three year warranty. If you want to do the whole job yourself, he does sell kits with detailed instructions. The windows he fixed over 2 years ago are as good as new. I just had him repair some more last month. He is very conscientious and uses a very good seal. www.daverootglassrepair.com Check his website to see when he be south this winter.
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