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Old 08-25-2014, 05:25 PM   #1
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Sliding windows

Hi all. My MH is getting older and the windows do not slide very easy anymore. Everything looks ok. Nothing apears to be dryed out. They are just hard to move. Any ideas?

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Silicone spray.

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You might try lifting the windows up and into the RV to remove them. You can then clean out the channels. I did this with mine and made them much easier to slide.

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Silicone spray.

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