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Old 08-23-2018, 11:54 AM   #15
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I am going to do my ceiling sagging spots after Labor Day. In the interim, I just thought I'd shoot an email to Winnebago asking what type of glue to use or any other information on fixing the issue I could use.

The official response was simply that adhesives will never hold long term. The only long-term solution is to replace the entire panel (which I assume they either sell, or sell/install). It was a short response...no other information given. Since they had my VIN and Coach SN, I would have thought maybe they would have added that the panels are $X each plus Y hours installation at the factory or some kind of info to make a comparison to doing it myself.

Not sure if that response is just them trying to sell something or if they've really seen enough situations of people trying to fix this themselves and it not working out for very long that they don't recommend any kind of low-cost customer solution.

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Old 08-23-2018, 12:58 PM   #16
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Headliner replacement on 2005 Itasca 35 ft

My ceiling started to fall in a few places, then all at once a whole panel would drop. I did not want any bad/Cheap looking repair and after some investigating, I found out what to do. It was not easy, but it looks like a new coach File is attached, click and review.
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