TOP HINGED WINDOW FALLING OUT

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  1. MAUBRI

    MAUBRI Funster

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    Hi All, Its funny how you never check how something goes together when its working fine, its only when it falls out you realise that you have no idea how it goes together. As I previously said I have changed my van to a Burstner. All the other windows are sliding but the one adjacent to the Dinette is a top hinged variety or it would be if it was connected. I tried taking it apart and sliding the window along the frames channel but it doesn't allow it to drop below the horizontal. So I rekon a piece of extra channel is missing. Does any one no where there might be a diagram of its operaton. I have tried googling and come up with nothing. I have added outside and inside pics. Cheers

    Brian
     

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    The windows in our Burstner are made by Seitz but I believe they also fitted some made by Polyplastics with which there were problems. See This Thread. The manufacturer's name will probably be on the window somewhere.
     
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    Hi Graham, thanks for the info but like you are windows are by Seitz. Still no clearer on wether its a missing runner or not put back together properly
     
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    Have you seen the Parts Lists & Repair Instructions on the Leisure Spares web site? If your window is not covered then they may be able to help if you give them a ring.
     
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