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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.
6) The included butyl sealer is put on the cleaned outside (non-screw-hole) clamshell, both in the window track and on the flange that will touch the door. If you don’t have rope sealant (pictured), regular butyl putty tape can be formed or a liquid-caulk sealer can be used.
8) Once the complete window is reinstalled, the outer butyl compresses. Be careful not to overtighten the screws, as they go into plastic, which can break.
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