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Old 10-04-2013, 02:12 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by onaqwest View Post
Thinking maybe the first wall that folds down above the faucet that sits on the microwave cabinet...maybe it needs a little taller rubber stopper...???? That will give more clearance above the sink...I am afraid if something sits on the faucet like a pillow it will cause more stress on the window as it flexes as I drive down the road. Also thinking that the window closed causes the flex to be more sturdy than if I leave the window open... Any thoughts????
I agree that lifting the service side A wall when folded would be a good place to start. Although it can only go up so much before it starts to interfere with the curb side A wall and the roof closing.

Given the positioning of the faucet next to the hinge, you would have to get quite a lift on the rubber bumper to make much difference in the faucet clearance. Let us know if you do anything and how it works out.

It still seems possible that you just happen to have a rare coincided of events that caused the breakage.


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Old 10-04-2013, 09:51 PM   #12
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And sometimes tempered glass just breaks due to stresses in the glass. One of our refrigerator shelves (at home) exploded all over the inside of the fridge a couple years ago. The glass shop said the triggering event can be something very minor.

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