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Old 05-31-2023, 05:35 AM   #1
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Rear Escape window tinted pane lost seal

Yesterday while washing my 2005 33' voyage, I noticed that the rear escape window was loose. After looking it over I noticed that it is actually 2 panes of glass one clear and one tinted. It looks like the seal between the 2 windows has dry rotted. Has anyone else had this issue and if so how did you repair it? If it is the seals not sure if Winnebago still carries them and if not would a black sealant work to keep the 2 windows connected?
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Old 05-31-2023, 03:04 PM   #2
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I would take it to a neighborhood glass dealer. I would be surprised if anyone in the RV service industry could answer that.
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Thanks, I did call Winnebago, no help no parts instock.
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There are several companies that will remove, reseal and install these windows. I went to RVFogDR in Arkansas and had all 6 in my '12 Journey repaired because of moisture in between the panes. There are other companies.
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There are several companies that will remove, reseal and install these windows. I went to RVFogDR in Arkansas and had all 6 in my '12 Journey repaired because of moisture in between the panes. There are other companies.
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