Large bubble window on the A Frame
Pulled the trailer out of its hidey hole in the shop. It was set up inside the shop but folded it down to pull it outside. As I wandered around it, admiring its cuteness, I noticed the large back window appeared "sucked in", like someone pushed into it (like a dent) in 2 spots, it looked like it was melting inward. I was on a slow bend to freak out.
My construction man husband assured me it would be fine. He explained that it went from nice cool shop to direct sunlight and because of window design/material/size it would self correct once it acclimated to the warmer outdoor temp. I was fixated on the windows. He sent me into the house because I was so distracting to him, staring at my trailer window and wanting to freak.
I went to check it a few hours later and lo and behold - it was normal! You'd never know the window looked like it was sagging in those two spots (on the top and bottom center of the largest long bubble window)
Goodness, I am so glad my spouse encouraged me to walk away and wait...I wouldve driven him more bonkers with my "what if & why" questions
Has anyone else seen this happen with their A Frame window? Maybe this note will save someone from freaking out. I am taking it into dealer in 2 weeks to have fridge signed off, so I will ask about it when I am there.
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