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Old 06-23-2016, 09:03 PM   #1
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Hi all, looking for information on what make the shower tap might be. mine has started dripping. It's a single lever model. Wonder if it has any replaceable parts.

Also my passenger side window has one of the dual pane windows leaking between to two pieces of glass and it's getting foggy. Winnebago will sell me one (whole 3 pane window) for somewhere around $800. Anyone know if just the one pane can be replaced?

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If you take the handle off the shower valve, you'll probably find a nut holding the cartridge in place. If you remove the cartridge and take it to a good hardware or plumbing supply house you can match up the cartridge with a replacement.

If you remove the window pane that's fogged, many glass shops can take it apart and reseal it for you. Do it soon, the moisture between the glass can cause etching that then requires the glass to be replaced rather than just cleaned and resealed.
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Thanks for the ideas, sadly the window is already etched. I can still see out of it to see the mirror, but needs something done soon. I'm going to take it to a local RV repair place as they said they actually have a glass shop as well.

I was hoping that the pane could be pulled out and replaced rather than the entire window assembly.

After taking the shower tap apart , it has a a single bronze rod with a plastic end that slips into a slot like a key. when I look into the slot, all I can see is plastic. I should post a picture of it. It sure doesn't look like any that I have seen before.
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If you can remove the window from the track and take it to the glass shop. They'll be able to determine if they can replace the glass panes in the frame or need a new frame.
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This thread may be helpful: Parts for shower diverter valve
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Thanks guys, I'll check home depot for the shower thing.

WBGO wants about $1800 USD for the two windows that I need and I live in Canada, so tack another 30% plus delivery onto that...ow! So a local fix would be great.
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