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Old 09-22-2013, 08:37 PM   #15
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IIWMI'd go purchase a typical shower curtain from Walmart or similar source to hang in the door frame to make it useful temporarily.

You need to remove the shower door to replace the glass. You can take it to a local glass company (quickest solution) or call the OEM parts company I identified earlier in this thread (slowest solution).

If you have any questions about removing the door please feel free to EM me. I'll try help if possible.

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Old 09-23-2013, 05:49 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by GoNuts View Post
Broken glass - DW bumped into door today and the glass shattered. She is fine but shower now almost useless. What to do??? Tempered glass isn't easy to find and a 2006 coach could be an issue... Ideas, options?
We had a 3 piece sliding shower door in our 03 Pace Arrow. It was a pain to use. So this year I took it out and replaced it with a rod and shower curtain! Looks good and a pleasure to take a shower now.


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Old 09-24-2013, 09:47 PM   #17
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GoNuts- if yours is a simple rectangular glass sheet, you can order same from any decent glass shop. You need the exact dimensions including thickness, and the glass shop will need a few days to send it out to get it tempered or they have the tempered outfit cut & temper it. I did that recently on a rental remodel where the renter broke the shower door; door had two round holes for special hinges. I had to supply an exact series of dimensions (which were slightly non-rectangular & included whet to center the holes). A simple rectangular sheet should be a breeze & cost maybe $100.

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