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Old 06-15-2015, 09:22 PM   #1
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Has any one had any problems with their 31' classic interior wood panel between the frigerator and the shower ? the angled piece to the left of the frigerator has come loose , it looks as if it is just stapled on one end, any suggestions ?
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Some pictures would help.

I have had some panels/pieces come 'loose' and have found a bit of quality, fresh glue and a 'brad nailer' resolved the issues.
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Some pictures would help.

I have had some panels/pieces come 'loose' and have found a bit of quality, fresh glue and a 'brad nailer' resolved the issues.
Yep I did just that...but I had to force it into place, not good panel should be in place in a relaxed position....went a short distance and it broke loose again...it is in a bind....will have to take completely apart and see why....
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Yep I did just that...but I had to force it into place, not good panel should be in place in a relaxed position....went a short distance and it broke loose again...it is in a bind....will have to take completely apart and see why....
Removed the folding door hanger beam ...the wall relaxed back into position where it belongs,,I glued and stapled.......the beam is 1/2”too short..pulling the wall toward the hallway....the beam was lengthened by adding a piece on one end and rehung....if it stays after our next trip we will know what caused this to happen ..
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1200 miles later, everything is still good...the beam carrying the folding door was too short....I would like to use that beam on the person who originally installed it , knowing it was too short...
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1200 miles and all is well...that beam being too short caused a lot of grief...would like to show the installer all the problems he caused...
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