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Old 08-03-2012, 10:17 AM   #15
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foggy window repair

We had the cockpit window in our Holiday Rambler fixed by RV Glass Repair Services in Greensboro NC. www.rvglassrepairservices.com They removed the window to de-fog the glasses. One came clean but the other was too stained. They fabricated a new piece of glass and rebuilt the dual pane window. It looks great and was reasonably priced.
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If you want to attempt a do it yourself repair, here's a post I placed on rv.net with pictures of my repair. I removed, disassembled, cleaned, replaced one etched glass, and reassembled with sealant. Worked well, but it's a lot of work.

RV.Net Open Roads Forum: Class A Motorhomes: Dual Pane Window Repair-My Way

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Old 08-05-2012, 02:05 PM   #17
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Thanks everyone. Regardless of the solution sounds like a fair amount of work to take the window out.
I recall once having a busted window replaced on a car I used to own

Yes, it looks like a fair amount of work. Took them about 2 minutes.

If you know what, and how to do it,, Not much work at all.

(Took way longer to clean up the honeycombed glass.. If I ever find the (*#$@ who broke it,, I have a present for him too..

(Free rental of a matched pair of stainless steel bracelets, Free room and board and Free transportation to his vacation hotel suite.. AKA Prison) (I'll bet you were thinking something else) (My job, from which I retired, included making reservations for folks at said "hotel").
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Old 08-05-2012, 06:20 PM   #18
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One of my side windows on my 2005 Itasca Horizon 40ad has moisture in between the two panes of glass.

Is there anything I can do about this.

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a place in searcy arkansas that fixes windows
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Old 08-05-2012, 06:37 PM   #19
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Yes, but Old Trucker stated it was for the cockpit drivers side not the whole side. What is bad for a lot of RV owners is that there was a company (not Atco) that made a lot of these dual pane glass windows that all fog and that company went out of business and stuck it to all people. While I was there at RV Fog Dr they were rempving and resealing every window in this one mh and yes they do give a discount on a job like that.
Se-Gi was the company's name.
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It is called RVFogDr and it is in Searcy, AR. It is a great place and have full free hookups for the night. Phone 501.278.3015 or go up www.rvfogdr.com
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There is a kit available for repairing fogged windows from www.daverootrvglassrepair.com/
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