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Old 10-13-2012, 04:53 PM   #1
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Fogged Windows

We have a 2004 Fleetwood Revolution and we noticed that all the windows are getting fogged up. Does anyone know who to contact to replace the windows. Would appreciate any help.
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Welcome to IRV 2. There are places all over that repair this problem. You are not alone. It might help to post the city you are in to get a good referral.

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Are they dual or single pane windows?
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I'm pretty sure that they're dual pane.
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Old 10-13-2012, 07:40 PM   #5
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If they are dual pane, and you are in Central Florida, Suncoast Designers in Hudson, will take them out, clean the glass, and reseal with a lifetime waranty. I'm having some done there next week. I have a 2007 Itasca Suncruiser.
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We have a 2004 Fleetwood Revolution and we noticed that all the windows are getting fogged up. Does anyone know who to contact to replace the windows. Would appreciate any help.
Highly recommended. Might give him a call and discuss your situation.
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The windows are dual pane. We live in central Wisconsin.
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So double-pane windows on RVs are not working out. I have 4 windows that are visibly fogged now and it looks like 2 more are starting. It's interesting that it is only the fixed portion of the windows that fogs, not the slider panes. Are they made differently?
I don't see any repair places in my home area, so fixing them would involve a trip somewhere plus the $3-500 each for repair as well as the time. That would hurt. I wonder about having a local glass company replace the dual glass with a single pane? Probably not a good idea. But I am going to have to deal with this somehow. I'm sure fogged windows would make a coach hard to sell or trade.
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Suncoast Designers in Hudson, will take them out, clean the glass, and reseal with a lifetime waranty.
From Suncoast Designers website:

We also offer a 5-year warranty on all windows we fix!

It's prorated over 5 years.
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So double-pane windows on RVs are not working out. I have 4 windows that are visibly fogged now and it looks like 2 more are starting. It's interesting that it is only the fixed portion of the windows that fogs, not the slider panes. Are they made differently?
I don't see any repair places in my home area, so fixing them would involve a trip somewhere plus the $3-500 each for repair as well as the time. That would hurt. I wonder about having a local glass company replace the dual glass with a single pane? Probably not a good idea. But I am going to have to deal with this somehow. I'm sure fogged windows would make a coach hard to sell or trade.
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.
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