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Old 11-16-2020, 08:04 AM   #1
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Window gasket on Hurricane 34

We just bought a 1997 hurricane 34-ft class a motorhome. Low miles in pretty well taken care of. A couple of the windows have the exterior gasket pulling away from the rounded corners. Has anyone else had this issue and how do you put them back in heat gun lubricant what should I do. Thank you all replies greatly appreciate it
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Old 11-17-2020, 01:00 PM   #2
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We have a slightly newer 2007 Four Winds 34B with same issue when we purchased a few months ago. Ended up just pulling the rubber seal out, spraying and wiping with silicone based slide spray and then pushing back in again. took some elbow grease and gentle persuasion with a rubber mallet in a few places, but ended up going back in just fine. While I was at it, unscrewed the plate on the inside of the window so the whole frame popped out and resealed with butyl tape again (on the outside window frame inner part between the frame and the MH)
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Forgot to add, if previous comments to fix is too much hassle/rubber too old and brittle, try: for new rubber instead of going to manufacturer and paying premium for something they order in for anyway. (Pelland Enterprises)
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