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Old 01-14-2021, 04:10 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
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State: Nevada
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Frameless window separation

We bought our 17 venetian A40 in July. We have had a couple of issues with our frameless windows. The first issue was when we were driving it home to Las Vegas from Dallas area and one of the windows just flew open the metal arm glue let loose from the glass. Was able to stop at a hardware store and get some glue and put it back on. Have had this happen twice now. On this trip my wife says sure is a lot of noise from this window. I think its the same problem. NOPE the glass is separated and the 2 panes are coming apart. Here are the questions. Has anyone else had this happen? How did you fix it? Im thinking maybe just replace the whole window$$. Love to hear you thoughts. Thanks for all the advice

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Old 01-14-2021, 04:29 PM   #2
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Have you considered calling a shop that specializes in automotive window glass replacement; and seeing if they are willing to suggest how to proceed? At the very least: they should know which adhesive products should work the best...
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