Repeated condensation in window panes after replacement

We have a large three panes wooden framed window of approx 25 years of age ,we have replaced panes 4 times because they have misted. Should the whole window be replaced?

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Definitely no
17th Feb 2020
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Hi, This is generally because they are not packed correctly on install, or either the glass is a new energy glass causing a mist/condensation,
26th Feb 2020
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The whole window shouldn't need replacing, check that the glass panes have been set on packers (to lift it off the base), and ensures no damp or water is effecting the glass seal. or alternatively you may need to check the stain or paint used on the frame is suitable, as some finishes have been known effect the glass seal.
Good luck, Stephen
8th Mar 2020
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