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Old 06-12-2022, 02:47 PM   #1
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99 Monaco Diplomat drivers side window Foggy

Who is the best to either fix a foggy window or replace the window?
Itís very frustrating trying to see out of that window.
Help please
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Old 06-12-2022, 06:54 PM   #2
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Hi 99Monica; Ask your question about repairing fogged windows in the search box at the top right of this page and you will get a wealth of information. There are lots of options out there for you to get this fixed. I used RV Glass Solutions in Coburg Oregon to fix my drivers side 3 pieces of glass. They have authorized installers across the states. You could contact them for info. Also I had my side windows replaced with single pane glass that has almost the same R value as double pane. Now no more fogging. Other here have done it themselves. You should find that info in your search. Hve fun reading and good luck!
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The search box in this forum is worthless. You would do better to use Google and search for RV window repair. There are shops in FL, AR, OE, and AZ that I have read about. Generally, the cheapest thing is to have the windows repaired (disassemble, clean, reseal, reinstall). Some RVers have replaced the dual pane windows with safety glass (2 pieces bonded together). Also, you can buy new widows to replace your old ones. There are businesses where you send them your measurements and money and they send you a window. None of this is cheap or easy.
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Don't know if Atwood Products is still in business, but I ordered a Driver side window from them. Had to remove the window myself, and take it apart because they only sell the double-glass window. Might see if you can find them on the Net.
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Old 06-27-2022, 09:23 PM   #5
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We had the entry door window repaired last fall at RVFOGDR in Searcy Arkansas. they did a great job, and a place to park right there. Hope this may help. Happy Trails, Bert
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Hi 99Monica; Ask your question about repairing fogged windows in the search box at the top right of this page and you will get a wealth of information. There are lots of options out there for you to get this fixed. I used RV Glass Solutions in Coburg Oregon to fix my drivers side 3 pieces of glass. They have authorized installers across the states. You could contact them for info. Also I had my side windows replaced with single pane glass that has almost the same R value as double pane. Now no more fogging. Other here have done it themselves. You should find that info in your search. Hve fun reading and good luck!
I wouldn't use Rv Glass solutions. I got a quote from them for the passengers seat slider window to have the double pane removed and laminated glass installed in its place and it was 895 for one window. You can buy the same window and install it yourself for no more than half that. I bought three large double pane slider windows for 900 and installed them myself in less than a day once I got the new windows.it is not hard to do. Remove the inside trim ring take a dull putty knife on the outside and gently pry the windows out clean everything up install new seals qccording to manufacture and install new windows and when you are done you know it was done right and you were not ripped off. JMOO
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Hi to all following this post. I could not agree more with Sea Breazer's post. Makes senses to me, if you can still buy the windows! I think some of the early Monaco and Holiday Rambler's used Atwood windows. Not going to say for sure, but I don't think they are in business anymore. In 2015 I paid RV Glass Solutions just under $500 to replace all 3 panes of glass in the drivers side window of my 01 Windsor with solid glass. Been extremely happy with their work. Even then, factory windows were hard to come by. After I had the work done while down in Coburg Oregon I drove down to NW RV Supply in Eugene and was looking in the window supply area they have out behind their store. Was surprised to see a factory crate with about 10 drivers side windows for certain Monaco coaches. Could be gold now. Did not ask the price as had already repaired my window. Many different approaches to getting the windows repaired.
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Suncoast Designers. Hudson Florida. I had my3 piece drivers window de fogged for 350.00. They have 24 hookups (50 amp) and a dump station. I made an appointment for a Monday morning, arrived Saturday afternoon, hooked up and went sightseeing.

Monday AM at 7 AM they were knocking on my door. Was on the road at 11:30
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