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Old 09-21-2009, 03:05 PM   #1
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Emergency window in bedroom on 2005 Pace Arrow 37C

does anyone have a solution for the emergency window? We have to have one person standing outside and pushing on the stainless steel little arms in order to close the window! This is on a 2005 Fleetwood Pace Arrow model 37C.

Thanks for your input guys and gals!

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Old 09-22-2009, 09:48 PM   #2
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You obviously mean a solution other than 'DON'T OPEN THE STUPID THING', right?Sorry, but it IS my turn to be a wiseass. It's your turn next Friday.
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Old 09-24-2009, 08:42 AM   #3
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Are you referring to the entire emergency window or is it equipped with the small flip up windows? If so are these the windows you are referring to?

My '04 has the small flip up (they are cranked out with a handle, to open) windows. One of them won't shut by itself by cranking in. It doesn't line up properly and I have to take the screen off the other one and reach out and pop it in manually.
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Old 09-25-2009, 07:45 AM   #4
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re emergency window

Thanks Bob - yes it is the flip-out porion of the emergency window that opens with a round knob which cranks it open. There is no other window close to this one so we must have a person outside to push up on the one arm that is bent out of shape in order to close it. Thanks again for your reply! Have a great day!
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We have a 05 37A , does anyone know where we can get a replacement window ?
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I just fixed the same issue on our Southwind with a new Herh mechanism from Pelland Enterprise. The original manufacture is out of business. The Herh mechanism worked perfectly. Now the window opens and closes as it should.
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Next Question? Has anyone ever attempted to use the emergency escapee window? When I open ours, we'd have to climb on the bed, and then? Stick one leg out, then try to get the other leg out only to discover that it is more than 6 feet down to the ground. should one purchase one of those escape ladders on rope or chain to dangle out the window? Not being a wise a$$, just would like to know how one would escapee in an emergency. Safe travels... ed
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Next Question? Has anyone ever attempted to use the emergency escapee window? When I open ours, we'd have to climb on the bed, and then? Stick one leg out, then try to get the other leg out only to discover that it is more than 6 feet down to the ground. should one purchase one of those escape ladders on rope or chain to dangle out the window? Not being a wise a$$, just would like to know how one would escapee in an emergency. Safe travels... ed
I went to a fire safety seminar at FMCA rally you use the bedspread out the window then you have to decide who goes first. You also need to get a wood pole to hold up the window. One other thing is you need to practice going out the window.
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