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Old 05-19-2016, 05:54 PM   #11
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I had asked my dealer about them when placing my order, and was told that they'd had issues with the gas between layers leaking out due to even minimal torsion of the fifth wheel during towing. Has anybody had any issues with this?
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Old 05-20-2016, 05:31 PM   #12
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I have dual pane windows and would not be without them, however:

I do not have the frameless windows and am glad. Two years ago I had several windows that did leak (moisture between the panes). There is a company in Hudson, FL removes your windows and repairs them. Their price is about half the cost of a new window and they have sites with power/water for your use while the repair in in process. They also have a dump on site. Since I had about half of my windows with moisture I had all of them done while I was in Hudson. Much better warranty than new also.

The reason I'm glad I do not have the frameless windows is the repair cost is double the price of windows with the older traditional frame. They are much harder to take apart and reassemble I was told. That being said, they look nice.
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