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Old 07-16-2016, 05:38 PM   #1
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Support for Upper Bathroom Mirror

We have a 2015 19' FC that has an upper bathroom mirror that opens up. As it does not have any arm to hold it open we were using our noggin to hold it open while we got our stuff out of the shelf. We finally got around to fitting a Rockler Adjustable Lid Support onto the mirror and this allows us to keep the mirror open without using our head!
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