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Old 03-25-2016, 11:52 AM   #1
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Sagging vinyl ceiling

I have a 1996 Excella where the vinyl ceiling is sagging in several places. I have read thru some of the ideas regarding putting in screws. This sounds good but I'm also interested to find out if I can purchase vinyl material and replace it. I realize this is a big job since cabinets would have to be pulled down from the ceiling.
Does anyone have any experience doing this and if you do what is the material called and where would you buy it?
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