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Posted: 07.07.2019  ·  #1
Howdy all, spotted one of our windows filled up with water between the two panels, always known it was crap, but its left its last legs behind now and is goosed... Has anyone sourced these before? And where from? The van is a knaus traveller 520, the window is a seitz 2198 and is 97 x 54.5 cm.. Any help Appreciated!
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Posted: 07.07.2019  ·  #2
You could try Donaghy’s as they were/are the Knaus agent or some of the online parts companies Leisure Spares or something like that, google will be your friend
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Howdy all, spotted one of our windows filled up with water between the two panels, always known it was crap, but its left its last legs behind now and is goosed... Has anyone sourced these before? And where from? The van is a knaus traveller 520, the window is a seitz 2198 and is 97 x 54.5 cm.. Any help Appreciated!


Can you not drill a small hole and leave out the water or did the frost damage the window due to expansion during the winter.

Some one told me about this company in the past that can make Caravan windows,

PM Plastics | 174 Season pk Newtownmountkennedy Co. Wicklow

I don,t know the first thing about them or if they are still in existance
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Posted: 07.07.2019  ·  #5
Thbaks gents, have messaged Donaghey and caravan windows and will give wicklow a go too! The window has never worked but never trapped water before, and the weight of the water seems to have caused the seam to separate, and crack worse so it's just time to give in! It's actually become separate from the metal grip at the top and everything, think the technical term is 'fubar'd' 😂
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Let me know how you get on with the new town mount Kennedy plastic place I'll check it out
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Posted: 08.07.2019  ·  #7
Heard back from Donaghey and caravan windows - both looking for more info.. Does anyone know where I'd find the build number?
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Posted: 08.07.2019  ·  #8
look for the number bonded between the the 2 panes in the top RH corner of the window viewed from the outside of the vehicle. could be S4/5/6
Is this what they are looking for ?
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Posted: 08.07.2019  ·  #9
I dealt with caravan windows previously and it was the VIN number that they requested. They then sent me a 3D schematic of our camper and we just identified the window required.
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Posted: 08.07.2019  ·  #10
Awesome 👍
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