Replacement Windows

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  1. bluesheff

    bluesheff Read Only Funster

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    Hi - we have a SeA Elnagh Marlin 95D Motorhome and are looking for a replacement bathroom window.

    I have looked on the net in the UK and Italy and have fired off enquirys but have nothing positive. The manufacturer are on a two week shut down, typical!

    In the UK I have tried Miriad who cant supply replacements.

    I was wondering whether to go to a dealer in france as there are no Elnagh dealers in the UK. Its very frustrating...its a long shot but would appreciate any advice from you guys.

    Thanks!
     
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    Take the number from the window, and I will see what I can trace. It will include the size, or should do and the tint number
     
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    Here you go, and thank for your help!

    Polyplastic
    V-X/B
    ROXITE PMMA
    E1
    43 R - 001745
    0502 HOLLAND
    600 W x 550 H
     
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    We have been looking for a window for our Hobby for some time with no luck . Would you be kind enough to have a search fr our window too ??
     
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    If you have anything left of your original window, these people will make you a replacement at a fraction of the cost. I have used them personally and can recommend them. http://www.eeco-ltd.co.uk/
     
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    Thanks for that but our problem is that they need the original window and take two weeks . Living in France ths is not really an option !
     
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    2 pieces of plywood slightly larger than the opening and bolt them together one inside the other outside the van. will keep the van dry and secure whilst a replacement is made copying your damaged window
     
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    Just working on that now funnily enough! I think it could be a few weeks if I'm getting a new window made - so primes the ply last night and glossing today. Hopefully it wont look too bad!

    Cheers:thumb:
     
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    I'm on it - Get back to you later !:thumb:

    Get your numbers and I'll have a look for that too!:thumb:
     
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    Ok this might be too vague but hope not !!

    Hartal 25

    Is squiggles like sine in maths followed by D2021 9348 ( but the 3 could be an 8 and the 8 could be a 6 )

    > PMMA <

    845 wide x 440 depth

    Has two struts for opening . Has 4 closing clips 2 bottom and 2 either side

    Could upload a picture if I knew how to !!

    Thanks for looking as I have been unable to find anything
     
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    Just an Update on this. I have had a quote from Ecco based on the window reference and size of £156 + £30 return Fed Ex carriage + VAT £239 and have now placed the order. This includes an opaque layer on the inside (as its for the bathroom). So thats a great result compared to some of the prices I've seen from manufacturers.

    Thanks all for your help!

    The forum works!! :thumb:
     
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