1) The CloZures RV Door Window Shade kit comes with an opaque beige shade (left) or a chocolate blackout shade (right), a handle and screws.
3) The standard window has 16 screws that need to be removed to free the clamshell window frame. As you remove the last of them, have a helper gently hold the glass from the outside.
5) With the outer clamshell frame removed, scrape any remaining sealer or tape from the door and clamshells with a non-marring scraper. If you break the clamshell or it is sun-faded, replacements are inexpensive and readily available at RV dealerships, Camping World and online sources.
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