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Old 12-02-2019, 04:00 PM   #1
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Am I missing something? The shelves for the medicine cabinet won't stay where there suppose to. Is there some trick to secure them in place? Tape/ Screws?

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Old 12-03-2019, 05:15 AM   #2
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I have a 33 but I assume the shelves are the same. I removed the shelves but left the metal brackets the shelves sit on in place. Placed a small dab of silicone sealer on each bracket and placed the shelf back onto the brackets. Problem solved. I think this idea is on a thread somewhere. I also took wooden dowel rods, stained them to match cabinetry, and inserted them into the holes above the shelves (where the brackets would go if you raised the shelf). This holds the items on the shelf in transient and prevents them from falling out when you open the door after traveling. There are pictures in of this mod in one of the threads. Good luck.
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If you do a search for “suggestions for medicine cabinet storage” I think you can see the pictures. Eventually I found a stain to match better. Looks like it was that way from JC. Also applied Airstream’s pressure sensitive gray liner on the top portion of a couple of shelves which prevents things from sliding around so easily.
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We have a 2020 FLYING CLOUD and we found the perfect bins at Target. They are small and tall enough to fit in the small bathroom closet that I’m assuming you are referring to as the medicine cabinet. They’re nice because each individual item isn’t sliding around in the cabinet. It’s all contained in a small bin. Plus, if something leaks it’s going to leak in the bin and not all over the cabinet! Just take the bin out, use the products you need then put the bin back. This works perfectly for us. (The bins come in opaque white or opaque grey and are located in the bathroom towel/waste can section of Target),
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Old 12-03-2019, 07:40 AM   #5
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Hi

Clear silicone RTV "glue" from your local big box store on the shelves at the support tabs does the trick pretty well.

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2017 Bambi ...same issue
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