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Old 10-18-2006, 06:38 AM   #1
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Side windows in our 1996 Bounder became fogged. We found replacements at Atwood 260 463 2116 x 529 (Sue Phillips). They are very reasonable. My question is do I have to remove the entire window from the outside to replace the glass panels or can it be accomplished from the inside.
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Side windows in our 1996 Bounder became fogged. We found replacements at Atwood 260 463 2116 x 529 (Sue Phillips). They are very reasonable. My question is do I have to remove the entire window from the outside to replace the glass panels or can it be accomplished from the inside.
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Old 10-18-2006, 02:19 PM   #3
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The slider can be replaced by removing the inner retainer ring, slide out the felt channel and wedge the frame a little wider. The fixed pane will require removing the whole window and removing the screws where the frame is spliced together. Use a putty knife between the window frame and the fiberglass to unstick the rubber gasket. When reinstalling the window assembly, I suggest you put a light bead of urethane sealant on the rubber gasket, to insure a water tight seal. I spent some money with Sue, earlier this year.
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