After hours of internet research, I decided to attempt to fix my own window. Can't be too complicated, Right? For those of you who are not up to speed with my situation, I have an 04 Adventurer, and the drivers side fixed window, in front of the drivers door, has moisture between the 2 thermo panes of glass. With the recent warm and humid weather, the condensation has gotten worst, to a point of at least a 1/4 inch of water sloshing around inside of the window. Someone suggested inserting small tropical fish for an interesting interior decor. My concern was next winter when it turns cold, the water will freeze and shatter the glass. So, I had to fix it!
Decided against the Elkhart, In. repair facility for $275. Too far from Florida, New York, or California, to take it to a other advertised window repair facilities.
With screwdriver in hand, I headed to the coach!
Well, in less than 30 minutes I had the window frame removed from the coach, and the dual pane glass removed from the frame. Took it to a local glass shop, and they are making a new dual pane, thermo glass window pane for $62, and it will be ready tomorrow. $8.95 for a 30' roll of butyl rubber tape. I will reinstall the window this weekend.
This was a very simple DIY project! The hardest part (still working on it) is removal and cleanup of the old rubber chalk. I will try to post pictures of the reinstall.