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Old 04-13-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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Unhappy slide facia

need help. pulled a dummy thing today. had the slide in, and when i put it out again, a candle fell between inner and outer face,s of the slide. end result was i pushed the facia away from the slide wall.this is along the top of the slide. can someone tell me how the wood facia is held on. this in a 2002 mountain aire 4090 Thank,s Doug
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If your finished trim has popped off metal fascia look behind the board and you may see industrial Velcro or it may have been glued on with a contact cement.
If not check with Newmar and have your coach build number and they should be able to tell you.
If your have your coach build number we could look up the COM_NET2 information on this forum it may tell us.
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Old 04-13-2012, 10:37 PM   #3
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thanks for the reply 007. the material that has come loose is the top board or board,s along the top of the slide. they didn,t come right off.the center is out about an inch. I can see screw,s behind the facia that attach to the slide itself. I have to remove the board facia to re-secure the metal back to the slide out room and then re-instal the facia.there appear,s to be a nailed on moulding above and below the center board.As it sit,s I cannot see any attachment.I wondered if it was a glue on or as yu mention, vecro. my my what a mess I have got myself into. I don,t have the original bill,s of sale as I am the second owner. I did find the serial # and the vin #. don,t know if these will help. the serial # 9087 Thanks Doug
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Good luck -

Your coach number can be found in the bedroom closet on one of the Walls -
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Hello Renden. I looked high and low in the closet and couldn,t find anything. I did figure out how to get the fascia off,now on to the clean-up and replace everthing. thank,s everone for the replie,s. Doug
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Fascia

My 1999 DSDP had a piece of the fascia come off, it was held on with double sided tape, not sure if factory did it or previous owner. I called Newmar and they recomended two sided tape or Velcro. After much thought, used Liquid nails. Holding great but if I ever have to remove the slide I might have a little trouble however I must say the repair is holding well.
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capt. frank, thank yu for the reply. indeed it is held on with two sided tape. have the repair now completed. thank,s to all who replied. Doug
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