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Old 02-05-2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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Bathroom window replacement for 1976

Minnie winnie. The glass in the bathroom is shattered and being held together with ducttape as we speak. Does anyone know where a good place to look for glass replacement for this old rv. Thanks
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Most any automotive glass shop can cut a piece of safety glass to fit inside the frame. This would be a good time to remove the frame and reseal. Take the frame with you and they can fit it there. Usually only takes a few hours for them to cut and fit the glass. If its not in a frame save as many pieces of the broken one and take with you. Fitting it back into a rubber seal isn't hard if you use plenty of soapy water.
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If you would like a 'frosted' window replacement, I'd recommend going to any window business for a tempered frosted replacement...the stuff is very strong. Just make sure it's tempered. Take the frame in and they can cut and install, usually in a day. I'd also use 'Butyl' tape for the re-installation of the frame...I've used it on sailboat thru-hulls...doesn't get hard and is definitely water proof, for a very long time. Bob

BTW, most will have 'tempered' glass in clear as well.
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