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#1 snailtrail

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 01:30 PM

Hello

My broken Bailey, Pageant, Series 7 (2009), caravan window, has the following details:-
SGB SL 03
BY90807920
Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA
E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0811 Holland


A possible replacement window has the following details:-
V-X/B POLYPLASTIC
ROXITE PMMA
E1 [IN CIRCLE] 43R - 001745
TRANGLE 07
0707 HOLLAND



Can anyone explain the details or assure me that the replacement window is suitable?
The colour of the window and the detailing around the edge are the same.

Thanks

Edited by snailtrail, 01 March 2011 - 01:32 PM.


#2 Pierre19

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 02:40 PM

Hi .....

...... Snail .... I think that you've posted in the wrong forum ......

.... this is for Coachy's ......

Cheers
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Edited by BrianI, 01 March 2011 - 03:03 PM.


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Posted 01 March 2011 - 02:52 PM

Hello

My broken Bailey, Pageant, Series 7 (2009), caravan window, has the following details:-
SGB SL 03
BY90807920

Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA
E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0811 Holland


A possible replacement window has the following details:-
V-X/B POLYPLASTIC
ROXITE PMMA
E1 [IN CIRCLE] 43R - 001745
TRANGLE 07
0707 HOLLAND



Can anyone explain the details or assure me that the replacement window is suitable?
The colour of the window and the detailing around the edge are the same.

Thanks

The items I've marked in red are your VIN number so naturally won't be on any replacement - if your replacement is second-hand it'll may have some other VIN number there.

#4 snailtrail

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:08 PM

Hi .....

...... Snail .... I think that you've posted in the wrong forum ......

.... this is for Coachy's ......

Cheers
Pete

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Thanks - looked at topic instead of forum

#5 snailtrail

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:14 PM

The items I've marked in red are your VIN number so naturally won't be on any replacement - if your replacement is second-hand it'll may have some other VIN number there.



Thanks for pointing that out - should have noticed myself....

The differences to figure out now are:-
TRANGLE 07
0707 HOLLAND


There was no relevant info on the Polyplastics web site in Holland and their support said to contact a UK dealer.

Before contacting the dealer, I'd like to bottom it out myself as they would obviously prefer it if I fitted a replacement window for 2.5 times the cost of the second hand one.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:23 PM

Only a guess but could the numbers be month and yaer of manufacture??

G.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:35 PM

Good call.

Just have to think of the Trangle now.

Maybe a different model window or different hanging mechanism.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:49 PM

[quote name='snailtrail' timestamp='1298986238' post='474293']
Hello

Hello Snailtrail
You probably have already tried but have you phoned any caravan repair centres who usually have spare windows.

Also I am not 100% sure as you do not say which model series 7 you have, but it sure looks almost the same dimensions as my 2010 GT60 520/4, what I am getting at is windows from other baileys models may fit yours which gives you a better chance in finding one.

Good Luck
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Edited by Tyneside Mike, 01 March 2011 - 03:50 PM.


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Posted 01 March 2011 - 04:25 PM

Thanks.

It is a 2009, Bailey, Series 7, Pageant, Chanpagne.

I think I have located a replacement, but was trying to ensure it was the correct one.

The broken one was hit by a pheasant and now has condensation in it - for obvious reasons.

Now I've noticed that the smaller window next to, which was not damaged, also has small (10mm dia) areas of condenstaion in it.

I'd my previous Bailey for nearly 20 years without condensation or problems, unlike this one which has had 20 years more development and many defects.

Just hope that replacement is easy - it looks like the woindow stays have to be disconnected, then the window should pivot out of the 'hanger'.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 06:42 PM

The 0707 is the manufacture date.

When I had to have my front window changed the dealer wanted to know this for the warranty claim.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 06:57 PM

Thanks for the info.

Was this asked for 'one price for warranty work' and another if you were paying yourself?

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 09:01 PM

It was all warranty work. As soon as I told the dealer the two panes had been touching each other he agreed it was a warranty claim.
He just needed to know the manufacture date of the window before he could proceed, perhaps there was a faulty batch of windows made in a certian period.
Once I supplied the info the window was changed without issue.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 10:06 PM

Hello

My broken Bailey, Pageant, Series 7 (2009), caravan window, has the following details:-
SGB SL 03
BY90807920
Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA
E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0811 Holland


A possible replacement window has the following details:-
V-X/B POLYPLASTIC
ROXITE PMMA
E1 [IN CIRCLE] 43R - 001745
TRANGLE 07
0707 HOLLAND



Can anyone explain the details or assure me that the replacement window is suitable?
The colour of the window and the detailing around the edge are the same.

Thanks


I have had two front middle windows replaced under warranty due to window markings on my S7 Pageant. The Orange is make and country, blue is window code and batch No. and the Red is the window manufacture date expressed as the year 08, Month November 11.

The window issue is not a Bailey one it has applied to a number of other makes, just ask your dealer.

Brianinhull

Edited by brianinhull, 01 March 2011 - 10:09 PM.


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Posted 02 March 2011 - 05:27 AM

I have had two front middle windows replaced under warranty due to window markings on my S7 Pageant. The Orange is make and country, blue is window code and batch No. and the Red is the window manufacture date expressed as the year 08, Month November 11.

The window issue is not a Bailey one it has applied to a number of other makes, just ask your dealer.

Brianinhull



An early morning reponse - thanks for the info.

One final point to bottom out.

Do you know what TRANGLE refers to, in the window I intend buying?
Would it refer to a different model of window with the same Roxite references i.e. Roxite PMMAE1(in a circle) 43R-001745?
Or possibly refer to a different hinging method for the window.

Thanks

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 10:12 AM

Sorry, my knowledge only extends to that explained by my dealers service engineer, who inspected the window and then took down the details, the only thing that changed on the first new window was the date.

However, I have not checked the recent window fitted last October the Cris number was added at the annual service two weeks ago, so will check on the van later today in the storage compound.

Brianinhull

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 11:24 AM

Thanks.

It is a 2009, Bailey, Series 7, Pageant, Chanpagne.

I think I have located a replacement, but was trying to ensure it was the correct one.

The broken one was hit by a pheasant and now has condensation in it - for obvious reasons.

Now I've noticed that the smaller window next to, which was not damaged, also has small (10mm dia) areas of condenstaion in it.

I'd my previous Bailey for nearly 20 years without condensation or problems, unlike this one which has had 20 years more development and many defects.

Just hope that replacement is easy - it looks like the woindow stays have to be disconnected, then the window should pivot out of the 'hanger'.


Are there small plugs that come out so you can warm the condensation out, as I did

Edited by gumdrop, 02 March 2011 - 11:24 AM.


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Posted 02 March 2011 - 11:31 AM

Yes there are. Now I know.

Did you just unplug the plastic bungs on a warm day and replace them before the sun stopped 'hitting' the window?

Or did you use a hairdrier as well on a warm/hot day?

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 08:57 PM

Hello

My broken Bailey, Pageant, Series 7 (2009), caravan window, has the following details:-
SGB SL 03
BY90807920
Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA
E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0811 Holland


A possible replacement window has the following details:-
V-X/B POLYPLASTIC
ROXITE PMMA
E1 [IN CIRCLE] 43R - 001745
TRANGLE 07
0707 HOLLAND
hi i think the roxite is the tint of the window


Can anyone explain the details or assure me that the replacement window is suitable?
The colour of the window and the detailing around the edge are the same.

Thanks



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Posted 02 March 2011 - 10:32 PM

Hello

My broken Bailey, Pageant, Series 7 (2009), caravan window, has the following details:-
SGB SL 03
BY90807920
Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA
E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0811 Holland


Went to compound today all my windows were the same as yours - only difference was the Cris No. naturally and the date.

SGB5L02 BY8080****
Polyplastic
Roxite PMMA

E1(in a circle) 43R-001745
0806 Holland

and the replaced one 1009

Glad they put my Cris No. on last week at least it makes them safe :lol: . Wonder if all S7's have they same details.

regards

Brianinhull


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Posted 04 March 2011 - 05:42 PM

An early morning reponse - thanks for the info.

One final point to bottom out.

Do you know what TRANGLE refers to, in the window I intend buying?
Would it refer to a different model of window with the same Roxite references i.e. Roxite PMMAE1(in a circle) 43R-001745?
Or possibly refer to a different hinging method for the window.

Thanks


Polyplastic is the manufacturer of the window material, Roxite is the tradename it uses for the material and PMMA (Poly Methyl Methacrylate Acrylic) is the proper name for the sheet acrylic. The E1 in a circle is an EU mark saying the window is certified in Germany for use in vehicles

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