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Old 04-14-2019, 07:32 AM   #1
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Question Removing screens to clean inside of tilt out windows?

One of these days in my maid outfit I need to clean the inside of the glass behind the screens of my tilt out windows. Any tips on how these screens come out? Seems you have to remove the twist knob and go from there.
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Hay man...you’re wearing me out! Stop coming up with stuff. This RV is stuff is turning into a job!
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Yep. Just remove the set screw in knob, pull off knob, & pull screen off. Reminder.....while you have the screen off behind the big TV on lift, go outside on a small ladder & tighten cable connection with a wrench weather it needs it or not.
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Gee all I do is tilt them out and clean them from the outside. And you can clean the outsides at the same time.
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Yep. Just remove the set screw in knob, pull off knob, & pull screen off. Reminder.....while you have the screen off behind the big TV on lift, go outside on a small ladder & tighten cable connection with a wrench weather it needs it or not.
I only just realized I could remove the other screens thanks to the hinge mechanism someone talked about one day a while back.

I thought I had a good excuse to learn to live with the dirt/dust on inside of these windows. darn...
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Seeings how we return to dust after this life, I don't dust.....might be a friend....
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Seeings how we return to dust after this life, I don't dust.....might be a friend....
OR it could be an ExWife!!!!!
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