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Old 01-29-2023, 02:38 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Tha_Rooster View Post
Your weep hole is in the frame to let water out. Panes are sealed to hold gas in, thats why they fog seal leaked.
Dual-pane RV windows do not have an inert gas between the glass panes, only dry air.
Somewhere there is an old thread explaining how to use Argon gas to push out all the air when DIY window restoration is performed.

This 2012 thread also details rebuilding dual-pane windows, but sounds crude compared to Seabreezer's detailed instructions.
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Watched a few YOUTUBE videos and the job seems doable, but Im not sure of the butyl tape. Is it to seal the window frame to the RV body in order to prevent a leak?
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Watched a few YOUTUBE videos and the job seems doable, but Im not sure of the butyl tape. Is it to seal the window frame to the RV body in order to prevent a leak?
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