Dual Pane Windows Leak
I full time and with this much use of an RV you rapidly get from the new stage to the maintenance stage. Things just wear out from more use than they are designed to see. At least that is the world according to Ed! Example after 4 years of full time use: 3 Thetford potty's, 2 auto transfer switches (Yes, The first one was the IOTA 50A which was recalled so maybe that one doesn't count, but the replacement from another company just failed also), 1 Norcold Refrigerator, 1 propane auto switchover regulator, 2 propane pigtails, 1 slide motor, 1 front landing gear motor and wireless control box, and 1 ceiling fan, etc. Fortunately all covered under warranty or extended warranty. Now the new issue (still under extended warranty).
I noticed yesterday two windows have moisture between the panes of glass. You only see it when the outside temperature is above 90. As the temp goes down in the evening the condensation disappears. I do have pictures so I will be discussing this with my dealer when I return to my home base next week. The picture of the large window isn't the best, but you can see the moisture clearly on the right side, but the left side is harder to see. Look right above the word "exit" and you will notice the background isn't clear.
I know the discussion that might start on the value of dual pane windows and I would definitely buy them again even if I do have to replace a window occasionally. For full time use in 4 seasons they are worth their weight in gold to me.
2006 GMC 2500HD CCSB 4x4 Duramax/Allison, Titan 52 gallon fuel tank, Prodigy Controller, B&W Companion Hitch
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