melted window silicon?

The door on our conservatory has double glazing. In between the two layers of glass there is a ‘puddle’ of ripples on the floor, I think plastic but could be silicone or something similar. It looks like the seal has melted internally. Any ideas what this actually is? Can it be rectified/repaired? Are we likely to need to replace the glass unit or the entire door? Thank you in advance

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JL Windows and Doors
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It sounds like the seal between the two panes of glass has failed. This is allowing water to form from condensation inside the unit. You will require to replace the glass unit.
23rd Aug 2019
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AdjAbuilder Ltd
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Glazing unit can be Replaced.
One would need to measure the glass unit for correct size and Depth aswell correct colour insert to Panels.
Glazing units Do Break Down
Gas seal.
First signs Are Condensation,
If left unchecked Condensation turns in to Water.
Hope this is helpful.

30th Aug 2019
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