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Old 07-05-2015, 01:08 PM   #1
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Squeaky floor

The floor in my 2005 25' Safari squeaks just forward and to the refrigerator side of the stove end cabinet. I think it is over the holding tank. Don't know if this means something bad or if it just is a poor design. I can look at the plywood flooring by removing the cover under the stove and it looks like it has never been wet and looks solid. Anyone else had this issue and if so, can anything be done to stop the squeak? Thanks!
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Old 07-05-2015, 01:49 PM   #2
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Dave, this is common but irritating. It's often solved by tightening or loosening screws that fasten the cabinetry and vinyl trim. I just quit worrying. It comes and goes (humidity?), and sometimes I adjust things, but mostly, I ignore it.
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Dave, this is common but irritating. It's often solved by tightening or loosening screws that fasten the cabinetry and vinyl trim. I just quit worrying. It comes and goes (humidity?), and sometimes I adjust things, but mostly, I ignore it.
Yup, my experience too. It's just seams moving against each other and will change depending on how level your unit is, or the weather. As Drathaar has discovered, it's best just to live with it.
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We have creaky floor disease in the bedroom of our 27FB - on the street side, just inside the bedroom forward of the shower. We've ignored it, as our moisture tester indicates no leaks in the area. The noise itself comes and goes when we walk there.
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