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Old 04-18-2014, 12:32 PM   #1
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Where can I get my windows repaired ?

I am in the process of restoring my 1975 31' Sovereign, and the solar film between the window panes has clouded over and bubbled up and they look bad. I have read through the very helpful posts by Zep and others on this forum, but I am unsure if I have the skill or the time to remove and disassemble (and re-assemble!) all the windows. I live in a small town in Alberta Canada and was wondering if anyone has had any experience having a local window repair, or RV dealer tackle this task?
Any experiences or advise would be greatly appreciated,
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Old 04-18-2014, 12:43 PM   #2
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I am in the process of restoring my 1975 31' Sovereign, and the solar film between the window panes has clouded over and bubbled up and they look bad. I have read through the very helpful posts by Zep and others on this forum, but I am unsure if I have the skill or the time to remove and disassemble (and re-assemble!) all the windows. I live in a small town in Alberta Canada and was wondering if anyone has had any experience having a local window repair, or RV dealer tackle this task?
Any experiences or advise would be greatly appreciated,
Cheers,
Darrell
Darrell.

Try a small window before you give up.

They are not that hard to do.

Just be patient in the process.

You can also replace the window gaskets at the same time, unless they have already been replaced.

Andy
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I sure wouldn't trust a traditional window or RV shop to work on my Airstream windows. I doubt they are familiar with the rivets & such used. They'd be "learning" too. We did our own in our '64 an '56 - although not dual pane like 70's - the skill set is about the same. They are not difficult - I I know I did them as well or better than a non-Airstream shop would.

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