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Old 06-12-2019, 04:11 AM   #1
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How to remove RV window

I have a 2002 National W22 Dolphin Motorhome. I need to replace s window glass but there are no screws to remove. The window has a black rubber strip around the inside. There are no screws under the rubber. How do i get the window out?
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Need a healthy helper and small flat pry bars, rope and liquid soap. Pry up seals to loosen. Work your way around pushing out on window while helper pulls. Lube rope with soap and wrap around window frame to install. Pushing and pulling of seal through window opening plus some force. Rope pulls seal inside. Not an easy job. There’s a reason these types of windows were only use a couple of years and rv window repair techs hate them. Just went through this process.
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We just did this to install a fridge. What WHALER2 describes is very accurate. Using a strong plastic tool, go all the way around the window where it meets the side of the RV. There is double sided tape in that 1 to 1.5" wide window frame gluing the window to the RV. Once you've broken that bond, then you'll need to slowly bend the inside rubber seal so you can "push" the window out. Only push on the metal frame, not the glass. The rubber seal moves with the metal frame. This is where the soaped rope comment fits in.

I hope this helps.

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