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Old 03-18-2015, 09:41 AM   #15
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I have several which need to be done. The big window which Motion Windows in Vancouver, WA replaced is NOT one of them, that window is a clear as the day it was installed 4 years ago. I am going to get a quote from them for the drivers/passengers windows and maybe the one behind the couch. Otherwise, it's not that big a deal for the bedroom or the kitchen. A1 Coach Glass is my normal GOTO place for windows and windshields for replacement even the cars.

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Old 03-18-2015, 10:44 AM   #16
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When we purchased our coach one of the agreements was that they would pay for the repair of the fogged driver bank and passenger elongated glass.I went with a local glass shop.They removed and replaced the tinted glass for $875.00.

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Old 03-18-2015, 03:55 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by DrDaveMA View Post
RVFogDR charges $200 per window, EXCEPT the drivers, which is $300.

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I had my 2000 Alpine with HEHR windows for 10 years and never had any fogged windows. When I got my 2007 with SEGI windows they all failed within 3-5 years. The safety glass is the same in all windows, so to me it seems like there is problem in how they were cleaned and sealed.
Thank you Dave. 50% is a good savings.

Kraig, our 2000 started fogging a few windows 2 years ago, with only two fogged to the point they need to be replaced. The third is almost undetectable.
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Old 03-25-2015, 10:36 PM   #18
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Ours only really shows when the sun is shining on them. I will live with them until we make it to Bend, which is our plans this summer sometime. The coach only had 2040 miles on it when we bought it and it was supposedly kept under cover. I wish we had noticed it before we had signed the papers and perhaps we could have included getting them fixed in the deal. I sure enjoy reading what all of you have done to your coaches. Thanks

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