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Old 05-30-2010, 07:36 PM   #1
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driver's & passenger window fogging

My 04 seabreeze lx needs the driver's side and the passenger side replaced due to fogging. Has anybody replaced theirs? How do you go about getting the window?
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Old 05-30-2010, 08:42 PM   #2
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These folks quoted me $200 a window. Suncoast Designers, Inc.
You can go there or ship the windows to them. They told me they could do four windows in a day and a half. The have places with water and 50 amp hookups for customers to stay over night. If you do find the windows for sale you may find getting them repaired a lot cheaper even with shipping. There on the Gulf Coast of Florida which may make a nice trip for you from Tn.

This link may be of help.
http://www.pellandent.com/RV_Product...?CategoryID=24

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Thanks for link. It looks like model no 5669 is my window. I will call them tomorrow since they are closed today
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If you don't have the SE-GI name and logo in the corner of the window then it will be the HEHR .
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Old 07-13-2010, 05:52 AM   #5
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I am having the same problem in my '05 Dolphin. The non-moveable window on the driver's side is completely fogged up. I think I could get it resealed locally if I could get it out of there. The entire driver's side window has a large amount of screws holding the frame on the inside and it appears that you would have to remove them all just to get to that one window. Has anyone ever done this? I hate to remove all those screws just to find out that there was any easier way.
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I opted to let a local repair center do the job. The shop took the window out and sent it to a standard home type window repair place who will replace the newly sealed window and the will bring it back to the rv shop for re-installation. The estimate was about $250. In this north Texas heat there was enough water in there that it sloshed around while driving.
Unfortunately, this decision was driven by the fact that I had to put the rig in the shop to get the left rear compartment door, the rear lower bumper area and other damage repaired by an overzealous state inspector who failed to notice the large truck parked next to him when he tried to make a right turn and the rear end swung out and tore things up. Repairs are amounting $6700 dollars.
What next.
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