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Old 05-22-2012, 10:49 AM   #1
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Water between dual pane windows - is there anything

Hi,
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.

Darryl
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Old 05-22-2012, 10:53 AM   #2
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Someone mentioned a company in AZ (if I recall) that can remove, separate, clean, and reseal the panes. If I can find the post, I'll link it for you. Other than that, buying a new window is all I can suggest.
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Don't know where you are so no use in recommending anyone specific. If you Google "foggy window repair" or something like that, you will get plenty of info on repair places.
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You could try my method...House repairs & fixes…
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:43 AM   #5
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RV FOG Dr can fix it. www.rvfogdr.com
They are just above Little Rock AR. I stopped by on a trip and had mine fixed. They even have free hookups for the night.
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Atwood makes most sizes, just replacement glass without the frames. Google em, talk to barbara, she will fix you up.
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Thanks everyone. Regardless of the solution sounds like a fair amount of work to take the window out.
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Glass repair

I had three windows repaired in Bend OR. did a good job, he wasn't happy with the drivers side so he pulled it back out and did it again!! Here is a link to his site, and he will come to you if your in the area.
http://www.daverootrvglassrepair.com/
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Someone mentioned a company in AZ (if I recall) that can remove, separate, clean, and reseal the panes. If I can find the post, I'll link it for you. Other than that, buying a new window is all I can suggest.
Take it to the shop and hang on to your wallet. I have a 99 Alpine Coach. Had mine done in Indianapolis. Cockpit, drivers side only $1000. Someone else reccomended the RV Fog Dr, He is in Searcy Arkansas,I have talked to him before, He estimated $500. There is also a place in Fla, Suncoast designers??? I don't think that name is accurate, but it is close. They quite often advertise on this site. This glass is a very common problem. I have 3 more that are foggy. Good wishes, old trucker
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Take it to the shop and hang on to your wallet. I have a 99 Alpine Coach. Had mine done in Indianapolis. Cockpit, drivers side only $1000. Someone else reccomended the RV Fog Dr, He is in Searcy Arkansas,I have talked to him before, He estimated $500. There is also a place in Fla, Suncoast designers??? I don't think that name is accurate, but it is close. They quite often advertise on this site. This glass is a very common problem. I have 3 more that are foggy. Good wishes, old trucker
Wow that's a lot of money.
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I took my MH to RV Fog Dr as I said up above. They removed my whole passenger side front window assembly took it apart and cleaned the inside of the glass resealed it and reinstalled it for $200. It might have been more expensive if they could not have cleaned off the fog residue from the inside of the glass and had to use new glass. They might have quoted you the worst case or you have something unusual about your glass if it was going to be $500. I sure don't know how they can charge you a $1000. I have another window on the other side that I need done next time I go out that way. RV Fog Dr was outstanding on service and friendliness. I stayed the night there free of charge with full hookups.
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$200 per window is a typical fog repair price, so it's easy to come up with a $1000 estimate to do the whole side of a coach. Some shops will give a discount when doing several windows, though.

I have one window on mine, adjacent to the windshield on the driver side, that is a major chore to remove and replace. Can't get at it without removing the top of the dashboard, so a repair of that glass is a $500 job.
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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.
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Drilled mine in place - through the seals. They are clear again, have stayed clear for over a year. Went from dangerous to wonderful. 10 minutes, $0.
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