I finally got the windshield fixed. I put things off because of some of the other threads concerning windshields repeatedly popping out of the frame. It doesn't make sense to me if a windshield keeps popping out after repair, so I made a few calls to ask possible repair shops why such things happen. All of their replies were the same, incorrect installation.
It was difficult to find someone I could trust. I'm currently at the Florida RV supershow in Tampa and had a really good detailed conversation with, who I consider the most responsive glass repair shop. It's not just poor installation but also an opening that is a bit larger than the windshield that's going in. Ensuring that the installation is correct and that the windshield is snug in the frame is the only way to guarantee that he windshield is not going to pop out again. Repeating the pop out was not something I want to repeat.
RV Glasstech, 813-780-8080, repaired my popped out windshield. He placed rubber spacers appropriately where the windshield sits securely in the upper frame and provided a positive seal between the frame, gasket, and windshield. Of course things were glued into place, also.
I'm writing this as a positive reference for an RV installation professional. I am very happy with the work and feel comfortable in recommending this company. They are based in Central Florida.
Thanks for the other recommendations.
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