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Old 08-21-2014, 03:46 PM   #1
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Front Window Separated from Dash

When we bought our 2004 Allure the front window had to be replaced. The last thing done before we took possession. We have been parked since June and now getting ready to head out. We just noticed about an inch bow in the front by the dash. I can stick a finger in there to touch the insulation . Ugh. Advice please. Bring it back over to Lazy Days to get it repaired before we go off?
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Yes, I would definitely bring it to them.
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Thanks, I'd hate anything bad to happen while we were traveling. Sigh
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Time for some Duck Tape ,if open space, so it will not whistle.
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Wondered about that! Thanks! Duck tape it is. ( can you tell we're newbies? Lol)
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