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Old 10-20-2005, 10:34 AM   #1
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Shower Door Problem

The roll-up shower door on my 2003 Safari 25 SS attaches to the side of the shower-door opeing with double stick tape. The tape has come loose... wondering if this has happened to anyone else and how you fixed it?
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The roll-up shower door on my 2003 Safari 25 SS attaches to the side of the shower-door opeing with double stick tape. The tape has come loose... wondering if this has happened to anyone else and how you fixed it?
Can you post a pic? Sounds like you may want to go to Velcro???
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The trailer is in storage for the winter, so I do not have access for a photo. I don't think that Velcro is the answer... It shoul dbe more permanent. I will have to remove the shower door from the opening and see what I can rig up. Perhaps screws and calk.
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Deja vu

I had the same door in my 25' Classic. It came loose from the double-stick tape early on and the dealer retaped it for me. It lasted very well after that. You may have to renew the tape.

OTOH, a few screws and the remaining stickyness of the tape would probably permanantly fix it in place.
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