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Old 03-26-2007, 11:51 AM   #1
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long time lurker first time posting, I have been lurking and learning for a year or more and have enjoyed reading the posts, purchased my first rv last june and have enjoyed upgrading and repairing (94 minnie winnie) the little problems I've encountered. This board and others have been a treasure trove of information and I appreciate all who post.
I currently have a problem that I need some help with. As murphys law goes I was cutting my lawn this morning and when finished I noticed glass beside the RV. You guessed it I broke one of my bedroom windows. Question is where do you get replacement glass, do you have to order it from the dealer, or can any glass company replace it. I prefer replacing it myself, part of my fun of ownership, but if necessary will do what is needed. Any help will be appreciated.
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Old 03-26-2007, 11:51 AM   #2
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long time lurker first time posting, I have been lurking and learning for a year or more and have enjoyed reading the posts, purchased my first rv last june and have enjoyed upgrading and repairing (94 minnie winnie) the little problems I've encountered. This board and others have been a treasure trove of information and I appreciate all who post.
I currently have a problem that I need some help with. As murphys law goes I was cutting my lawn this morning and when finished I noticed glass beside the RV. You guessed it I broke one of my bedroom windows. Question is where do you get replacement glass, do you have to order it from the dealer, or can any glass company replace it. I prefer replacing it myself, part of my fun of ownership, but if necessary will do what is needed. Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance and thanks again for all the posts.
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Old 03-26-2007, 04:51 PM   #3
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rbracing60 welcome to irv2
Down in the Vintage Forum there are some links to Glass dealers and parts vendors.
If its not thermal pane you could take window frame out and maybe a local glass company could replace it for you.
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Welcome to IRV2! Glad you have been around for a bit and have decided to start posting!
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rbracing60, its official, your hooked! Glad you finally joined us here on iRV2.com. Sorry to hear about the window but a local glass company should be able to cut and if need be send it off to be tempered and then installed. We are looking forward to reading your post and helping if we can. Good luck and be safe.
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Old 03-27-2007, 07:33 PM   #7
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Thanks for the welcome and help was able to get a replacement from winnebagoparts.com, Terry was very helpful. Local glass companies are too focused on windhields and insurance claims, didn't want to take the time with a small side window. Thanks again
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