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Old 02-27-2005, 06:14 AM   #1
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I purchased my 2000 Winnebago 37G in December. It is a great coach. I have notice that the fiberglass is delaminating on my bay doors. It shows up as a bubble in the middle of the door about the size and shape of a paper plate. I now have 2 of them on 2 bay doors next to each other on the drivers side. I do live in Arizona, but it isn't hot yet so I don't think it's a heat issue. Anyone know why this might be happening, or more important how can I fix it. It looks terrible. Thanks in advance.
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I purchased my 2000 Winnebago 37G in December. It is a great coach. I have notice that the fiberglass is delaminating on my bay doors. It shows up as a bubble in the middle of the door about the size and shape of a paper plate. I now have 2 of them on 2 bay doors next to each other on the drivers side. I do live in Arizona, but it isn't hot yet so I don't think it's a heat issue. Anyone know why this might be happening, or more important how can I fix it. It looks terrible. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-27-2005, 06:57 AM   #3
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Call Winnebago customer service. I had a 2000 Adventurer 35 U completely reskinned by Forest City for the same reason. My Cargo doors were the only area I didn't have trouble with. I was told they had some bad fibergalls supplied by the Vendor. It affected all coaches made at a certain timing during 2000.
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