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Old 10-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #15
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We've had double pane windows in our last three MH's, not one of them has gone bad. Our present MH is over 10 years old and the windows are still just fine. So it's not the fact that they're dual pane, it's the manufacturer that bought low quality windows and the seal has broken.
Have to agree on this assessment for many manufactured windows in that time frame. Unfortunately the vendor went "belly up". So, MH manf did not honor the warranty if their was one longer than the initial 12 to 24 month period. I had an 03 Excursion that had several fogged windows. If you personally remove or pay to have them removed most window shops will repair and reseal very reasonably. I have done this in my 03 and also on a sailboat many years ago!,
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Old 10-15-2012, 05:51 PM   #16
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My 07 Discovery has fogged windows. I have been considering Dave Roots DIY kit. How hard is it to remove, fix and re-install? I also read in another thread about someone who had good luck drilling some small holes. i do not know the details and cannot find the thread.
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Old 10-15-2012, 06:16 PM   #17
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My 07 Discovery has fogged windows. I have been considering Dave Roots DIY kit. How hard is it to remove, fix and re-install? I also read in another thread about someone who had good luck drilling some small holes. i do not know the details and cannot find the thread.
If you will go to the home page there is a sidebar at the bottom with instructions.
Its not difficult but much easier with two people.
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Sparkplug60 check with King's Kamper maybe they know someone. Kuyoth in Stratford, they are a body shop that does a lot of RV repair, they painted mine last winter. Jim
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