09:13PM | 09/05/04
Member Since: 09/05/04
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I have 4-year old dual pane Alpine Windows. One of my windows has mildew between the upper (stationary) portion of the window. Problem has been getting worse over the past 2 years to the point where I can hardly see out the window.

Can this be fixed without replacing the entire window? Is this a do-it-yourselfer?

I did notice the vinyl strip on the exterior of the windows that seems to pull away (although not so easily) for access to the window seal. Please HELP!


05:11PM | 09/15/04
Member Since: 08/07/04
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Try contacting Alpine. It sounds like a seal failure, and they should be able to help you.


05:22PM | 09/15/04
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
I agree with ChgoBlder. Usually quality windows will have a 5-10 year warranty on such seals. (You might have to pay labor, maybe not...but definitely worth a call).


-k2 in CO

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07:33PM | 09/16/04
Member Since: 09/05/04
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Thanks for the advice. I will try to contact Alpine. JDog


05:39AM | 01/12/05
Member Since: 01/05/05
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what is on your house for siding? Are the windows properly flashed and caulked?


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