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Old 11-04-2017, 09:16 PM   #15
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Windows fogging - not sure if is the same, but...

Hi all,

I don't know if RV dual pane construction is anything like house construction but I have horrible fog on my windows at home. I have learned the result of the fog is the argon gas between the windows escaping. The cause is a UV breakdown of the seal around the window which is caused by the sprinklers and rain water sitting on the seals magnifying the UV reaction.

I was told the windows could be taken apart, cleaned, resealed and refilled with gas or I could buy new windows.

Again, I hope I didn't waste anyone's time with this post as it may be completely unrelated but sometimes understanding why helps too.

Happy trails,
Danerly

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Moisture has gotten between the panes. I've had several redone and one replaced with thick single pane.
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