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Old 01-02-2017, 10:06 PM   #1
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Flapping Window

Well came home from the holiday weekend today. On the drive DW says "one of the windows is flapping!!

Pullover to check. I have a Rockwood 2304ks with the sapphire package (frame-less windows). I guess DW had opened the window but not closed securely. After 20 minutes of 50 mph, the wind had rattled it enough to bend the opening arms and damage the rollers on the ends so that they came out of the lower channel. Taped shut in order to get home.

So does anyone have any ideas on repairing. I saw a thread on making those windows open further but not repairing. Does this call for a whole new window frame?


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Old 01-03-2017, 10:47 AM   #2
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Try a search on "frameless windows"; my thread below may help you out....

Frameless Window fixed- Rockwood Mini-Lite 1809S

If not, there are many others available. Good luck.

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