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Old 11-07-2015, 06:47 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by jacwjames View Post
Here is a post that started me on my quest
DIY Fogged Window Repair

There were several good replies,

Here is a post I did that listed the supplies and how I did it in detail .
Don't wait too long

Getting the window apart was the hardest part, I finally found that if I used some lacquer thinner it would break down the sealant and I used a long razor blade to cut through the sealant.

Hope this helps
These are the threads that I read and then was able to do my windows. Previously did my drivers side, passenger side, and big slide out windows. Currently have the two small side slide out windows out and finishing them today. This is not a complicated job just a little time consuming so as not to break any glass. Just take your time and enjoy the work and excercise. Once done they look great and I saved a ton of money.

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Old 11-30-2015, 09:32 PM   #16
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There are a few pictures of when I repaired my fogged window in the file named "fogged window repair" in the files section here on irv2.

iRV2 Forums - Files - Exterior

Caution: I reused the old spacer, but will use new spacer if I get another one fogged.


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Old 11-30-2015, 09:48 PM   #17
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Hardest part was getting the window back into the frame. Eventually I put a strap around it and used a lever to tighten the strap. Worked like a champ!

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