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Old 04-28-2010, 11:24 PM   #1
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Gap - Windshield / Center Post

After a day fighting heavy winds, sometimes head winds and sometimes cross winds, I noticed a gap between the windsield and center post. Gap is about 3/32" at bottom tapering to nothing about 12" up.
I don't know if it's a seal problem or the glass actually shifted / frame twisted. Seems like windshield should be "reset".
Any experience or suggestions?
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After a day fighting heavy winds, sometimes head winds and sometimes cross winds, I noticed a gap between the windsield and center post. Gap is about 3/32" at bottom tapering to nothing about 12" up.
I don't know if it's a seal problem or the glass actually shifted / frame twisted. Seems like windshield should be "reset".
Any experience or suggestions?
what kinda rv do you have? you can add this info to your ''signature box''. windshield gaps are not good no matter what.
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Windshield Gap

Rig is 1999 Country Coach Affinity.
Went to dealer yesterday. When I described the situation, the Service Mgr. said "Oh, you 'popped' your windshield. Call AA Auto Glass." I did they said this was not unusual for a 10 yr old rig. They are going to "reset" the windshield today.
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