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Window screens

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Window screens

Postby Wayne162 » February 28th, 2016, 11:11 am

Took my first look at my port and starboard window porthole screens on the 1997 405 and they appear to be in bad shape. The screens also look like its molded into the gasket. I probably already know the answer, but are these screens still available? The carver manual provides part numbers of 7057410 (P), and 7057411 (S). A search on the net provided negative results. Any help or advise is appreciated.

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Re: Window screens

Postby TK1970 » February 28th, 2016, 1:26 pm

If you have a factory part #, contact Pompanette, LLC 603-826-5791. They provided me new replacements for my 98 Carver.
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Re: Window screens

Postby deenbob1 » February 28th, 2016, 2:54 pm

Not sure how your screens are made but on my old 31 ft Regal, the screens were two piece with screen sandwich in between. I took a razor blade and carefully cut the two halves apart and removed and replaced the screen, glued the halves together and clamped the halves until glue cured.

Here is the link to regal screen repair: http://www.regalownersforum.com/forum/v ... air#p27769
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Re: Window screens

Postby Wayne162 » February 28th, 2016, 3:19 pm

Thanks deenbob1.
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Re: Window screens

Postby Wayne162 » February 28th, 2016, 3:33 pm

Thank you TK1970.

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Re: Window screens

Postby Wayne162 » February 29th, 2016, 5:24 pm

Spoke with Carver today so I'm posting this to help anyone who may travel the same path with a 405. The below information was the part conversion number provided by Carver. Contacted Bomar, $46.00 for the porthole kit and two weeks for delivery.

PART NO. NAME PHONE
P100-03 RETRO MODEL S718 BOMAR DIV OF POMPANETTE, 603-826-5791

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