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Old 11-30-2010, 05:06 PM   #29
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JOB COMPLEATED. After removing the spine from both corners of my crank out window I wrapped a windex wipe around a piece of plumbers tape and wiped out the water marks left between the two panes. That part was a little tricky because I kept losing the wipe and would have to hook it and pull it back out. I then blew some argon gas from my MIG welder between the two panes and filled the gaps that I made with some small pieces of plastic tubing. I then used black silicon to seal around the perimiter. Very easy
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Originally Posted by Iron Man View Post
Just got finished having the driver's window fixed at Suncoast Designers in Hudson, Florida and was very satisfied. They are a residential/commercial window company. Remove window take apart, clean panes in special washing machine, reassemble with new seals and install in motorhome. If the panes are etched and cannot be cleaned they carry common replacment sizes panes. Price is very competitive, $250 for drivers window other sliders are $200. They give you a 5 year prorated warranty. They have been repairing rv windows for 3 1/2 years and have no returns.

Well, I guess I will schedule an appointment w/ Suncoast & give them another chance. Still can't believe no one has had the flat style SE-GI windows repaired @ Suncoast. The style of our windows are so much different than drivers or normal slide-type window w/ the "rubber gasket" molding holding them in. We'll see. Since every window in our coach needs repairing, maybe I can convince the Dave Root Glass guy to make a trip to FL...Ha Ha. Thanks for all who responded.
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