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Old 08-07-2013, 03:43 PM   #1
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Front bunk windows need resealing.

So my two front windows in the bunk need to be resealed. The seals are coming out in the corners and they have slight leaks. I have found what I need at the local RV dealer/ parts store, its called glazing I believe 1/4". Is their anything special about doing this job or is it a simple pull the old seals out and just work the new ones in?
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Old 08-07-2013, 06:11 PM   #2
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Make sure the temp on the unit is around 75 degrees before you try pulling the old seals away. If you pull too hard you will end up replacing them. If the previous owner used the wrong fix they will probably not release easily. I would run a tool around the outside rubber to loosen the adhesive ,then push from the inside out.
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So from what it sounds like I pull the old seals out and then carefully push the window out from the inside out. After a good cleaning of everything do I put the the new seal around the window and then carefully press the window back into the opening?
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So from what it sounds like I pull the old seals out and then carefully push the window out from the inside out. After a good cleaning of everything do I put the the new seal around the window and then carefully press the window back into the opening?
That would be the correct way
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Sweet! Thanks for the info sounds pretty simple
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Vw used to use a window with a one piece gasket. We used to sit in the car with our feet against the window using a cotter pin removal tool and wd 40 we would work the tool around the gasket using slight pressure on the glass and it would pop out. to put back in we would wd40 the gasket again using a string all the way around the gasket and overlaping one would hold pressure against the glass while one on the inside pulled the string allowing the gasket and glass to go over the metal
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