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Has anyone had any luck resolving condensation between windows, aside from replacing.   The window in the entrance door and above the drivers side window are always full of moisture.  Quite annoying, looking for any ideas or suggestions.  It is only those two windows affected of the 10 windows on the coach.  Thanks.  
 

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Just bought the items to redo my drivers side window. The materials are 6-8 weeks out, so will be suffering my first trip with it foggy. 
 

I’ve read a few posts and will be tackling it myself 
 

 

https://www.dkhardware.com/black-3-16-wide-x-3-16-thick-edgetech-super-spacer-66-roll-ss31666bl-product-77197.html

https://www.dkhardware.com/black-silicone-foam-and-metal-super-spacer-insulating-glass-sealant-877-product-18840.html

 

 

 

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Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL did a great job for me. I removed the window and sent it UPS to them. I had it back in 11 days including 2 weekends. Great work, great price. If you are traveling in the area they have a few hook ups on site. You can stay there while they rebuild your window. www.suncoastdesigners.com  727 868-2773

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Had an automotive glass guy take care of ours. He removed window, cleaned both surfaces, resealed and re-installed a clean, free of condensation window in under an hour.

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I removed glass, buffed it till my hands were sore, tried every glass scratch remover, machined it with 4000 grit sand paper, and nothing worked. Once glass is etched it’s impossible ( in my mind ) to bring it back. I contacted a place in NC who has an amazing library of glass dimensions and bought replacement glass. Not cheap, and Fed Ex freight was $$$. 

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7 hours ago, jacwjames said:

Here's a post I did 7 years ago on IRV2

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/dont-wait-too-long-246255.html

I repaired 3 windows for less then $100.  Got a lot of good advice from IRV2 posters and followed their lead. 

If you are a DYIer it is a project you can do yourself and save money.  My windows are still good. 

That’s where I read it LOL. 

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9 hours ago, JDCrow said:

That’s where I read it LOL. 

Does that mean I'm published now😁

I did quite a bit of research before I decided to try and tackle the project.  Started with a small window and then worked my way up to the large driver side.  I did it all myself, handling the large drivers side window was a challenge.  Taking the time to clean the window halves is critical as once you put them together whatever streaks or spots are left will be visible forever. 

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Yes Jim, you are a well published author now...;-)

  Thanks for the heads up on not letting too much time go by, as I have a small window on the slide out that needs attention and I thought I could just get to it when ever I had the time.  I wasn't aware of the etching problem.  One more item to the list.

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I also used Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL for several windows on our 1996 HR Endeavor, many years ago.  They made completely new windows and replaced them.  I wasn't really happy with the way they did one of the rounded corners on the driver's side sliding window.  But, overall, nice job, quick and reasonable price.

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