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Old 02-28-2008, 10:54 AM   #1
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The window in the entry door to my MoHO has become loose. It slides down inside the door frame about and inch. What product is used to hold the glass in place between the outter and inner window frames. Thanks
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The window in the entry door to my MoHO has become loose. It slides down inside the door frame about and inch. What product is used to hold the glass in place between the outter and inner window frames. Thanks
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Old 02-28-2008, 11:44 AM   #3
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Hi alogo4u and welcome to IRV2.com.

What year, make and model of coach is this? Somebody should have some first hand knowledge about how that particular one is held in place.

On some the window frame is the mechanical support and there will be caulk or perhaps a rubber strip to form the seal around it. Others may be set in place with a glue.

Usually if you remove the inner trim on the door you can see it pretty easily.
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Old 02-28-2008, 07:32 PM   #4
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The glass in the door is held in by small tabs on the frame. Somtimes they brake off but all you have to do is remove the screws around the window and remove th window. Be carful the glass will fall. Turn th whole assy. over and intall it upside down. there is no top or bottom. Be sure to put sealer around the outside frame.
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Not always, speed racer. The door glass in front entry RVs is usually not rectangular and will have a top and a bottom, so they cannot be turned over.

Mid entry doors generally are symmetrical and can be turned over as suggested. However, there are as many different ways of manufacturing an entry door as there are RV manufacturers, so what works for one may not apply to another.
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