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A window seal has usually failed when you see fogging, hazing or the presence of moisture between panes of glass. Sealed units such as dualpane or tripane windows are meant to remain impregnable. But sometimes seals fail, like when a painter uses a heat gun or a homeowner uses a pressure washer too close to a window. Old windows are the most common reason for seal failure. How do I fix Seal Failure?  First, determine if you have a failed seal. Clean the inside and outside surfaces of your window to make sure you’re not looking at external moisture on the window. Also make sure the glass itself isn’t scratched or hazed because of an imperfection in the glass. Once you’ve confirmed the moisture is between the panes, you have several options: You can call a glazier (glass specialist) to fix just the glass part of your window. You can…