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Old 04-19-2019, 09:03 PM   #1
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Skylight Frame dropping

New 2019 FC and noted that one side of the interior skylight frame has dropped down about an inch. Tried pushing back up but will not stay in place. No screws or detents that I can see holding the rest of the frame in place. Any idea on how it should be held in place or remedies? No leakage in the inside and no visual damage to the exterior top.
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Skylight Frame dropping

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New 2019 FC and noted that one side of the interior skylight frame has dropped down about an inch. Tried pushing back up but will not stay in place. No screws or detents that I can see holding the rest of the frame in place. Any idea on how it should be held in place or remedies? No leakage in the inside and no visual damage to the exterior top.


Hi Steve. I am having the exact same issue. Mine is a 2015 FC. Were you able to find a solution?
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Old 07-17-2019, 06:59 AM   #3
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Temp Skylight Frame Solution

Short term solutions included silver duct tape and then Command Velcro adhesive/tabs all of which eventually failed. What is working now (until I can get to a AS facility) is I removed the two screws on the side that was dropping and replaced them with longer self taping screws. I initially tried 1/4 longer screws and when they did not hold I went to 1/2 longer screws and that appears to be working after two road trips.
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