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Old 03-31-2009, 04:48 PM   #1
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Talking Holiday Rambler Window Supplier

Would any of you folks happed to know the supplier of Holiday Rambler windows. I have a 2008 Endeavor PDQ that has a broken locking mechanism on the front passenger single hung window by the front door. Other than that, everything is and has been fine.
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Thank you Sacs. I'll check them out

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Apparently, Atwood has been the supplier for some time. I was able to buy the dual pane glass from them 2 years ago to replace my driver and passenger side windows. They were a real pain to replace, but well worth the effort. The glass cost me about $250 for both. Replacement windows were $700 each.
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As a follow up to my original post, I must say that Atwood's customer service is without a doubt the best I have ever experienced. I called engineering and they called back, I called customer sevice and they called back, I called warranty and they called back, I called parts ordering and they called back. What's amazing all this is happening while they are closing down the plant in Iowa. End result, my parts are on the way.

For future reference---if anyone needs parts for Holiday Rambler windows the contact at the new location is Sue Phillips ---574-264-3131 ext. 136.

Thanks Sacs for the initial contact information

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This is the same lady that helped me select the correct glass for mine. She's a real gem and knows her stuff. I hope Atwood knows how much she's worth and pays accordingly!

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As a follow up to my original post, I must say that Atwood's customer service is without a doubt the best I have ever experienced. I called engineering and they called back, I called customer sevice and they called back, I called warranty and they called back, I called parts ordering and they called back. What's amazing all this is happening while they are closing down the plant in Iowa. End result, my parts are on the way.

For future reference---if anyone needs parts for Holiday Rambler windows the contact at the new location is Sue Phillips ---574-264-3131 ext. 136.

Thanks Sacs for the initial contact information

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