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Old 12-11-2010, 12:49 PM   #1
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Window Seal Coming Loose Between Glass Panes

As you can see in the photo, the seal is coming loose between the glass panes on my coaches storm windows. Anyone else have this problem? Any suggestions about how to fix?
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As you can see in the photo, the seal is coming loose between the glass panes on my coaches storm windows. Anyone else have this problem? Any suggestions about how to fix?
I have three. First, my son who is in windows business said it was not a problem for me as I never go cold climates so its just the looks.

There has been a discussion of this here regarding a guy in Florida who fixes this problem, short of replacing the window.

And then about a guy in Oregon, Dave Root. I have been in contact with Dave and hoping he will come to CA or Arizona this winter and I can have him fix min.

He is at Dave Root Rv Glass Repair

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I have watched Dave Root in action. He does a first class job. If he isn't handy to you, just Google "window seal repair" or something like that and you will find numerous repair facilities on both coasts.

If you are in Quartzsite this winters rv show, you will find some repair guys there also.
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Very Interesting; I'm having The Passenger side windshild Replaced on our Ultimate, The drivers side window Is cloudy In my line of vision when i look to my left; The insurance company was on the line with the glass installer and Me; The insurance person{woman} said the glass would be covered. Well in has 4 Insulated windows in the complete frame ;; I stopped at Roy Robinson. He looked it up, The drivers side window With frame , complete Is near $3200.00 with shipping and TAX. The windows by them selves are near $400.00 each , I am going to have it done as it is a Safety Issue not being able to see to my left. but man that's pricie.;;
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$250-$400 is the going rate to replace each window pane. The better shops are closer to $250-$300 and may give a volume discount for a set.

The Florida shop is Suncoast Design Center in Hudson Fl. and they get about $250 each. Lazydays RV in Tampa also does it in their glass shop. And in Searcy, Arkansas, there is RV Fog Doctor.
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I had my windows repaired recently by RV Fog Dr. in Searcy,Arkansas. They did an excellent job and I will use them next time. Google RVFOGDR.com


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