Originally Posted by Cindysteve
▶️ Questions: is there a way to modify the back exit window so you can open it and add screen while maintaining the exit capability?
When I got my first look at a Miramar a couple of years ago it was in one that someone purchased and they were staying in the same campground as us in Virginia. That individual had the same complaint about the rear exit window and he used double sided tape to attach a screen around the window on the bedroom wall.
When we looked at the Challenger last year all emergency exit windows had screen so I made an assumption that Thor had corrected that issue. Apparently that was a bad assumption on my part.
My bedroom exit window is a double (side by side) that has a window crank and screens on both sides. The bathroom emergency exit window is a larger single square, or close to square, window that has a lever for opening and also has a snap in screen. In the picture below you can see the lever for window opening which has grooves on the bottom to adjust the opening and the red handle on the left is the pull handle for screen removal in the event of an emergency. The picture was taken during a rain so I could show the dealer a small leak which was handled during my warranty visit.
If desired when I go out to the coach later today or tomorrow I can take a pic of the entire window and get measurements of the screen and window. My time today is dedicated to landscaping at the rental property so I can get out in the coach in a week or two.
I believe the windows are made by Hehr International so if you contact them at CSHehrIN@hehrintl.com they may be able to assist. The email address is to their Indiana plant customer service. Their phone number is 574-935-5122.