Replacing Dual-Pane Windows: Step 3

Outdoor Adventure Box

Position one person inside the RV and one on the outside and push from the inside (or pull from the outside) to start removing the window. If it doesn’t come out easily, use a rubber mallet to carefully tap the frame from the inside. Or use a plastic pry bar and gently slide it between the lip of the window and the outside of the body. It helps to have the window open to allow you to reach in or out when pushing and pulling on the window.


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