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Old 06-30-2017, 12:06 PM   #29
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The windows are held in with a rubber seal, no screws in the frame work. They glued the seal in the drivers window last night, they got the drivers side installed first try this morning. They pulled the passenger side and glued the seal in it, waiting for the glue to dry now. The seal is just a pressed fit in the window channel and when they pulled the rope through, it pulled the seal out of the channel before it came through the opening. Bet they won't want to see another Dolphin come in again for a while.

My 05 Dolphin has a inner and outer frame that screws together from the inside. That's why I wasn't understanding before.
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Well how about a update?
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Stopped at my Aunt and Uncles house a couple days. After they glued the seal in the frame it didn't take them long to install them. They got a learning experience and didn't charge me any extra. This pic shows the small slider that is still fogged up, but the rest are great. The little slider don't effect anything to me.
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Getting Fogged Windows Repaired

That's a shame I still don't understand the design? The rest looks good!
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That's a shame I still don't understand the design? The rest looks good!
Ya, too bad they didn't have a piece of glass to replace that one with. I was hoping they could have polished a bit of that out. I'm not making the trip again to repair it. I put over 900 miles on it since last Wednesday morning, and it ran and rode great. I got on one road in Ark. the right lane made the coach feel like it had flat tires on it. The bed is more comfortable than my one at home, and it's only a couple years old.
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