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Old 05-17-2010, 09:33 AM   #1
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new astrodome, bad rivet, water inbetween layers

Installed a new astrodome last year and had a very snowy winter. It appears that one rivet didn't have enough vulkem and I now have some water between the two layers. I removed the leaky rivet and got a little water out but there's still some in there. I tried a hair dryer and leaving the astrodome in the sun without success.


Any ideas on how to get the moisture out of there?
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