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Re: [A/S] 1995 28' Excella kitchen exterior sink glass


Is this type of breakage usually covered by insurance?

Jerry 4404

At 10:00 AM 10/8/2012, you wrote:

>On Oct 8, 2012, at 12:56 AM, tim.morrow wrote:
>…. the ext. kitchen window was shattered….
>Anyone else have a window mysteriously
>shatter? Any ideas where to get one, local
>glass shop maybe? I know its a dark tinted
>window that is curved on the edges. I have read
>of some people replacing their broken windows with lexan or plexiglass.
>Hi Tim,
>Yes, I've had similar experiences. The windows
>are "safety glass" (as required by vehicle code)
>and it brakes up into little pieces that look
>like rock salt. A stone flipped by your
>lawnmower could do it or if it has a scratch it
>might fall apart for no apparent reason at
>all. I had one brake when the wind slammed it shut.
>I think the factory in Jackson Center, OH may
>still had replacement glass for that
>year. Unfortunately they will not ship to an
>individual and some dealers charge 100% mark-up
>on parts the customer specials orders. If you
>are anywhere near the Factory, I'de take it
>there and have it done right the first time. I
>personally feel that plastic is a bad idea
>except as a temporary replacement.
>Tony, in Perry, GA for a few days.
>2000 Airstream Classic 28'
>2009 Chevy Duramax / Allison

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