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Coachman Pastiche 460/2 2004 Front Centre Window


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I have a problem with the front centre window de laminated. I have read that you can repair this with double sided tape. I have some double sided tape which is Tesa 4695 but it is only 9mm wide. My problem is I can't get the old stuff off the edges of the window ( 2 pieces). Has anyone any ideas as I have tried wet and dry, sand paper and a stanley knife without success. Any help will be much appreciated or at a push I do not mind going for a replacement window to the place in Halifax but can someone please tell me how to take this window out. Thanks in advance for any replies or for looking at this post.

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