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Old 04-15-2007, 11:54 AM   #1
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Bath Accordion Door

My accordion door, between the bath and galley of my 1992 LY motorhome, has began to loose (break) the supporting rollers at the head. When I use the door the supports just break off. Probably a result of the age because the supports are plastic.
Has anyone had this problem, and if so how did you resolve the issue? Did you have to replace the door, or just replace the support rollers.
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:09 PM   #2
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My accordion door, between the bath and galley of my 1992 LY motorhome, has began to loose (break) the supporting rollers at the head. When I use the door the supports just break off. Probably a result of the age because the supports are plastic.
Has anyone had this problem, and if so how did you resolve the issue? Did you have to replace the door, or just replace the support rollers.
Can you post a pic of what you have? It should be a common item.
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Old 04-17-2007, 03:29 PM   #4
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My accordion door, between the bath and galley of my 1992 LY motorhome, has began to loose (break) the supporting rollers at the head. When I use the door the supports just break off. Probably a result of the age because the supports are plastic.
Has anyone had this problem, and if so how did you resolve the issue? Did you have to replace the door, or just replace the support rollers.
Same thing happened to me on my 2002 Bambi. Until I can find replacement supports, I have just removed the door. Mine door only separates the kitchen from the bedroom so it is less critical that I have a door there than it is for you (i.e., bathroom door).
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