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Old 12-04-2021, 07:13 AM   #1
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Replacement window

On are highland ridge travel trailer. I broke emergency side frame less window.I called glass doctor to see if they can make us one. Jayco wants to sell me whole window . Does anybody know where I can get replacement glass.
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Check out 'local' glass repair places rather then chains. Usually more economical. But most of the time, they sort of want you to remove the window assembly and bring the entire thing in. It's short work with an electric screw driver. I used packing tape...that clear tape...to hold the window from falling out when both removing and replacing mine when I removed a couple of them due to fogging. Did great. Left some slack so when all the screws were out, pried on the inner surround to loosen, then pushed the window and they leaned out to the extent of the tape slack. Then went outside and completed the removal. Pretty simple. Then you can take that frame assembly to a glass shop.
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I agree with Jim_HiTek. I would take a few pictures of the window before taking it out and take the pictures to the glass shop. Just to make sure they think they can do it.
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When we broke a frameless window in 2019, i called Lippert and gave the rep my measurements and they sent me the exact window with correct tinting, edging, and mounting track already installed. Person i talked to was Sandra Berg.
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When we broke a frameless window in 2019, i called Lippert and gave the rep my measurements and they sent me the exact window with correct tinting, edging, and mounting track already installed. Person i talked to was Sandra Berg.


Thank you call lippert and they took care of me
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I broke a window pane on a 5er years ago, a local glass shop did the repair.
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