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Does anyone have a link for the window trim for the Ollie Windows. I would like to replace ours but am having trouble finding the exact kind.

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My calculation was 25 inches for bathroom window. 60 inches for the side ones. The back window already had black???

So 145" which of course make you buy a whole extra foot.

 

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I used my white ones for a template and let the roll heat up some in the sun.  Then cut them to length and they fit perfectly.  After about 2 months they were all about an inch too short, so having some extra was a good thing for me.  If I did it again, I would cut them long and force them in the corners better than my original attempt.

If you are replacing all of the white window seals on an LE2, I think your measurements are short.  Using your measurements, I come up with 205" or rounding up to 18'.

Curb side bed window = 60"

Street side bed window = 60"

Dinette window = 60"

Bathroom window =25"

Mossey

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So ... working on a leaky bathroom window (2015 LE II) ... As always, postings on this site provide the answers ... the window gasket on my 2015 LE II (pic below) appears to be different than shown at the beginning of this thread (per QuestionMark - H109-376 from Pelland  Enterprises) ... did Oliver change window manufacturer in later models? ... or, perhaps the previous owner had replaced them already with a different type/style of gasket? ... checked on "pellanddent & they don't seem to have the profile I have (pic below) ... any thoughts or suggestions?  can I assume the "H109-376" will work?  Cheers, -Dan (re-posted here as my original post appeared in a year+ old thread & rec'd no response - apologies for redundancies).

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Call Oliver Service Department they should know the replacement details.

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20 minutes ago, Overland said:

It looks like a fixed window - is it?  

Given the glass - I'd bet that it is a bathroom window.

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11 hours ago, drfaux said:

So ... working on a leaky bathroom window (2015 LE II) ... As always, postings on this site provide the answers ... the window gasket on my 2015 LE II (pic below) appears to be different than shown at the beginning of this thread (per QuestionMark - H109-376 from Pelland  Enterprises) ... did Oliver change window manufacturer in later models? ... or, perhaps the previous owner had replaced them already with a different type/style of gasket? ... checked on "pellanddent & they don't seem to have the profile I have (pic below) ... any thoughts or suggestions?  can I assume the "H109-376" will work?  Cheers, -Dan (re-posted here as my original post appeared in a year+ old thread & rec'd no response - apologies for redundancies).

 

I don’t believe the window gaskets in my windows prevent water from getting into the bottom tracks of the windows.  Have you water tested the window to verify the leak location?  The water leaks I have experienced were caused by a leak in the street side light above the dinette window or water overflowing the slider track and then into the cabin, but this was caused by clogged weep slots.  I do believe the earlier LE2’s did have black gaskets and maybe someone with a 2015 model could verify that and the gasket profile.

I can send you a small piece of the Pelland gasket for test purposes if needed.

Mossey

 

 

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The bath window is a pita. 

Yours looks like mine. I have a 2008, but had the bath window replaced several years ago for the dual pane. Wish I  had left it original. 

The "new" window has no seal or frame except the inner silicone, between the panes,  and doesn't open as far as the original single pane (non privacy) window.  So, it does look like its a fixed window, in the photo, because the lower panes have no frame if their own .

Honestly. It's ok. It's the bath, and if it ever leaked, it would leak into a total fiberglass area.

Are you sure your fan isn't the leak source? My goofy window has been fine. If I  don't forget, and leave it open.😆

We replaced the bath fan during covid lock-in.  It was leaking like a sieve, but, it was 13 years old, and, we never even thought about resealing it. My bad .

New fan is (so far) very quiet. 

 

 

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HMMM? ... for some reason, I can't seem to reply to individual comments ... however ...

I've not yet call Oliver service ... but based on another thread I believe they now only provide the newer style ... but I'll call 'em anyway

The pic is actually turned sideways ... bottom of the window is on the left of the pic ... it is the bathroom window, the lower sash is visible ... it is moveable.

the gasket appears to allow water to flow down into the track and exit via the weep holes, which I've thoroughly cleaned ... 

"a small piece of the Pelland gasket for test purposes if needed" would be helpful ... although I had a response on another thread where the guy said he'd had the same issue, the factory service folks sent him what they had but it was the new style and wouldn't fit right ... 

I've confirmed no leaks from the street side lights or the bath fan ... looks like the track fills up and the weep holes can't evacuate the water fast enough ... 

You're correct ... "Honestly. It's ok. It's the bath, and if it ever leaked, it would leak into a total fiberglass area" ... so, it's not caused any "major inconvenience" (wet feet in the middle of the night) ... but it'd still sure be nice to have it fixed ... 

I'm thinking that because the gasket has shrunk, leaving a one inch gap on each side just below the middle cross bar, it is now allowing just enough water into those gaps that the weep holes can't keep up ... so, a new gasket blocking those gaps may be just the trick 

As well, I've ordered some of the EZ Gutter material & will apply just above the window & wrapping down the side past the gaps ...

Persistence and diligence will get to a solution somehow!  Thanks for all the input.  Cheers!, -Dan

 

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You can open a ticket, and include photos.

Click on home, then "service" (scroll way down)

The eze gutter will help, but don't try to arch it too much, imo.. our two attempts have not been successful. 

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2 hours ago, KeysConchs said:

Does anyone else have problems with black gaskets or seals bleeding and leaving streaks on the outside of the hull?

Our window gaskets are black and we’ve not had any problems with them, no bleeding or streaks.  I did have black streaks from the gaskets on the porch lights.  I finally replaced the lights and cut my own gaskets out of a sheet of rubber and haven’t had any bleeding since.  Mike

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