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Old 03-04-2015, 03:25 PM   #1
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Fogged windows

can somebody please direct me to a video on how to repair fogged windows. I have found some on You Tube but they are not detailed enough.
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Old 03-04-2015, 03:32 PM   #2
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Replace them is your only choice. Fogged windows indicate a failure between layers. No fixes.
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Old 03-04-2015, 04:54 PM   #3
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very true if double paned
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Old 03-04-2015, 05:24 PM   #4
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go up to the little search box at the top of the page. Type in fogged windows. Click on the search button and you will get a long list of threads with advice like this and instruction about how to do it. If you are handy it can be done. If not you will get some clues about how to get it done at a lower cost or where to spend your money wisely. ;-)
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There are several good companies in the US that repair these windows and provide a great guarantee, I don't know about any in your country.
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Can't be repaired or fixed I have had all mine resealed but 1 by Dave Roots out of Bend, Or. and hope to get that one fixed next month. He came to my place with his truck and trailer, took 2 guys 11hrs nonstop to finish and they did a great job.
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I repaired my fogged windows myself. I got my seal kit from Dave Root. I also started with the small passenger side window. It went well so I tackled my other windows. Take your time, proceed carefully and you should not have any problems if you are a reasonably handy DIY kind of guy.
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Fogged up Windows

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL (727-868-2773), will repair with 10 year warranty (full coverage first year, prorated after one year). I'm just having mine some 12 of them done!
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Those who say "can't be done" are the ones parts people love.......
You have to remove the window, cut the layers apart, remove the moisture, reseal on a hot dry day or if you have access, apply a vacuum between the layers. Not a big deal..
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Time consuming but satisfying project when done. I found that only cutting out the top and bottom sealer and pulling rags between the panes speeded up the process and lessened the material needed.
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Those of you who have resealed your windows, what did you use to clean the windows with?
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Glass Cleaner

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The ONLY glass cleaner I would use to clean your fogged windows after you have cut them apart is Sprayway. It is ammonia free. This is important.
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Old 03-07-2015, 09:38 AM   #14
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Fogged Windows

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I also have a comprehensive paper that explains each step of the repair process in a pdf file if your interested.
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