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Ray l 09-27-2021 02:28 PM

fogging window
 
2002 holiday rambler endeavor driver side stationary window 38pbdd fogged up
caller parkin and veurinks they cant get it The part number for the stationary
window is attwood 390029540 the whole window is DH798-A2B76L I live near
Philadelphia any suggestions would be appreciated

TXiceman 09-27-2021 03:46 PM

There are a few places around the country that will remove a window, pull it apart and reseal the window. We have used Sun Coast Design in Florida. Two years ago it ran about $500 per window and you stay in their lot with water, 50 amp and a dump station.

There is also RV Fog Dr. in Arkansas..

There are also some videos showing how to remove and reseal a fogged window.

Ken

8.3Oilbuner 09-27-2021 03:52 PM

Hi Ray; Call RV Glass Solutions in Coburg Oregon. They are glass specialist and have installers all across the U.S. Even through they are in Oregon give them a call and tell them what you need and they should be able to give you a contact in your area. Real goo glass people for RV's.

vito.a 09-27-2021 04:34 PM

I also used RV Glass Solutions. We took our motor home to the Phoenix store. They had overnight parking spots with 50 amp electrical connections. Only took a couple of hours the next morning.
https://rvglassexperts.com/laminated-glass-replacement/

Notn2bars 09-27-2021 08:51 PM

Hope this helps. We did ours in a day. Took the window out and disassembled the frame. Split the two halves apart cleaned the inside as best we could. Threw the aluminum spacer in the garbage. They are the reason for the leakage. Used 3/16 foam tape from Lowes as the new spacer. Set the two halves back together and sealed it all around with 100% silicone and put it back in the frame. Total cost was about $12.:thumb:

jacwjames 09-28-2021 08:52 AM

Here's a post I did ~6 years ago, https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/don...ng-246255.html all of the windows have stayed fog free.

I did 3 of my windows. I bought the material from DK Hardware, cost ~$100. The drivers side window I did was the hardest because of the shear size, I did this myself working off step ladder on the outside.

The spacer material I bought has the desiccant to draw moisture out of the air that is left inside and would eventually cause the fogging, not much money to try and do this right.

Ray l 09-28-2021 07:31 PM

Glass solutions seems to have the solution they have the pattern fora new piece of glass. Thanks for everyone’s help


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