Wednesday, February 8, 2023


How to replace and reseal RV windows

By Mark Polk, RV Education 101
Part of RV ownership is preventive maintenance. Preventive maintenance consists of cleaning, inspecting, lubricating, adjusting, and servicing your RV. You need to routinely inspect all the components on the RV for any damage and take corrective action. It might be something simple like a tire that needs some air, or a fluid level that needs to be topped off. If it is a more serious problem and you do not feel comfortable making the repairs, take the RV to your local dealer to be fixed. What is important is you identify the problem early before it becomes a larger more costly repair.

A common repair made on RVs is resealing or replacing a window. In most cases, the owner takes the RV to a service facility to have the repairs done. If you enjoy doing the maintenance and repairs on your RV, this video demonstrates how the RV do-it-yourselfer can reseal and replace RV windows.

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Richard Hughes
1 year ago

Again, Thank You for the video.

1 year ago

Is this seal kit designed for use in foggy dual pane windows, to reseal the two panes?

Tommy Molnar
1 year ago

We had to have our bedroom window removed and resealed because of horrendous leakage. This leakage never showed its ugly head in eight years until we spent this last summer in Houston. We had rain like we’ve never seen or experienced before! And that wasn’t even from a hurricane. We had a local mobile RV guy do it (Mitch’s RV Repair) because I didn’t have any spare time.

This video makes the job look easy.

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