Broken frosted glass of bathroom

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  1. MDLB

    MDLB Read Only Funster

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    Hi

    I have a Chausson Flash 05 and I have cracked the internal frosted glass of the bathroom window.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to get this replaced and where is the best place to do it?

    Many thanks for anyones any advice!

    Yours gratefully
    Mark
     
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    First of all welcome to motorhome fun, would it be possible to take your motorhome to a local glaziers and see if they can be of any help. :thumb::welcomefunster:
     
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    broken glass

    try these guys www.ajglassandglazing.co.uk/:Smile:

    have found them very help full
     
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    Hi Mark and welcome:thumb: you say bathroom window ? If so it will be plastic :Smile: check to see if it is then get back for links for replacement :Wink:
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    Hi All,
    Apologies for delay in replying. Many thanks for getting back to me.

    Yes it is plastic but the hinge is also attached to the frosted panel and appears to be bonded on.

    Was passing my local motorhome dealer yesterdat and they said that it isnt possible to replace the frosted panel alone and that the only way to repair is to use some sort of sealant.

    The hinge doesnt really close properly now and so the window is shut but only just about on that side.

    The dealer said a replacement would be in the region of £150 :cry:

    Mark
     
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