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Old 12-11-2011, 08:06 PM   #15
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I put a new window assembly in the passengers side front that was sent to me by the selling dealer as part of the sales agreement. I was left on my own by the dealer because the rest of the windows were not "safety items".

I read you article but my problem is my unit was from Southern California and all the water had long since dried up between the panes which is why we decided to wait and see if cleaning or replacement was needed once they were split apart.
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I had the window in my entry door done by Duncan. My coach was at the Newmar factory in Nappanee, IN not too far from Duncan. I made arrangements by phone to have the window de-fogged. They make a delivery to Newmar regularly, so they picked it up on one trip and brought it back a couple of days later. In fact they rushed it for me, since Newmar needed it to get my coach to the paint shop. They were great to work with and did a nice job.
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GOOGLE: "Repairing Foggy RV windows" and you will get a number of repair places across the country.
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