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Old 06-04-2019, 12:08 PM   #1
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Window taking on water

Has anyone had a side window broken on a double pane window? Window on co pilot side half full of water. Repair wont be able to getr to it soon. Curious if will shatter like a shower or remain held together as a windshield. Considering breaking out the outer pane.

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depending on how big the hole is that is letting it fill with water, perhaps just use some pex tubing (like for refrigerator water supply) to siphon out the water then tape it over with plastic until the repair guy can get to it.

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It is tempered glass ... disintegrates into tin by pieces.
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