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Old 03-23-2013, 04:05 PM   #11
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Yes probably.

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Old 03-23-2013, 04:44 PM   #12
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I got the new driver side window. Now on the first rain I noticed water pooling at the front corner where the track is. It seems like the sliding glass lets some water in at the seal where the window lock is. Then it travels down the gasket and pools at the front. Does anyone have a suggestion. (Dealer is 3 hrs away) I would like to fix it by myself. My first thought is a little water intrusion is normal that's why they have drain holes on the out side. Does anyone know how to remove the lower gasket or the sliding glass with out damage? Any help would be appreciated. Ken
If its a new unit under warranty, The 3 hour drive is your best bet. Removing RV glass is a challenge for experienced let alone a rookie. If the window is leaking from the vertical gasket on the slide window, It was not installed right to begin with. As for removing the gasket, Look on line for rv window and gasket R&R.

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