It has been a long, long winter with the most April snows in a lifetime. Lowest winter temperatures have not been extraordinarily cold. I retrieved my Safari from secure, private storage today. Our Safari is kept in its own garage to which only I have a key. It was put away intact last fall. And this is what I found this morning with the roadside aft pano window:
I verified that tempered glass chips were found at the storage location; ie, nothing happened on the short tow home. Nothing had penetrated the exterior of our storage garage.
Thanks to Shorewood RV, the regional Airstream dealer, for getting me in on short notice but I'm all taped ready to head there tomorrow morning.
These window units are glued into place inside the outside frame. Very little rigid structure holds them tight. Has anybody else experienced spontaneous failure of recent designed pano windows? What were the conditions at the time?