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Old 04-16-2013, 01:32 PM   #57
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Ok, wasn't sure if that would work or not. I will give it a try..

I guess i need to pick your brain some more. I was out side washing the coach. I got to the front and notice my windshield look ed cracked.. So i got up on later washed it and sure enough huge crack in the corner. I drove 2584 miles last week. With no problems... In drive for one day and broken windshield...

You ever hear of windows cracking when using leveler?
Only thing else is they are building a house next to mine and maybe there was a runaway nail.
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Old 04-16-2013, 02:17 PM   #58
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Actually I've heard of windshields popping out when leveling. I would be surprised if there was enough stress when leveling to crack the glass but if you can't see a point of impact then I guess it could have.

I always level in manual mode with the lowest end going up first. Once that's up and level I'll deploy the levelers on the opposite end just enough to get both levelers to touch firmly to the ground. Then I'll level side to side. To me, automatic leveling seems too harsh.
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Yeah that's why i asked if out was possible... Does seem harsh. Not a good start to my first full year. Hope this isn't a sign... Again appreciate your help. Now to find a windshield..
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Better luck in the near future!
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Btw 2023.00 for the windshield.
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Wow. How much of that is insurance covering?
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I had 100 dollar deductible.... Not sure how much this will raise my premium, the insurance company has been great.. And easy
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Since this wasn't an accident I don't think it will affect your premium at all. Good news!
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Hope your right... Again thanks for your help,!
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