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Old 07-27-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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2011 20' Flying Cloud
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Falling cabinet

I have a 2011 Flying Cloud 20 that we recently purchased and took on some very bumpy roads in Maine - the rear cabinet over the sink has come loose - it is still held up by the secure connection on the right side (adjacent to the shower wall), but the left side was held in place by 2 screws, one into the ceiling (almost vertical) on the left hand side of the top of the cabinet; the other at about a 45 degree angle into the (curved) wall at the back of the cabinet. Both screws have come out - I have only found the one from the back - a 2" X10 (I think).
What should I do to repair? I'm thinking of replacing both with 2 X12 screws and seeing if that holds? Neither seems to be going into a frame/support of any substance - it appears both are just into the aluminum sheet? In dry wall I'd use a molly bolt, but that doesn't seem to be an option here?
Any suggestions?
Thanks for any ideas!
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