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Old 03-13-2005, 08:42 PM   #1
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Ok, were running down the road and I hear a ssshhhhhh plunk . I ask Patty "What was that noise?". Ten miles further we pull over and find a 2.5 gallon H2O jug on the floor slpit open . The wood floor has raised a little around the carpet at the wood seams . Anyway to fix this?
We are home now, happened Saturday night, and have a heater in the coach on and in the basement to drive out the moisture we couldn't soak up.
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Ok, were running down the road and I hear a ssshhhhhh plunk . I ask Patty "What was that noise?". Ten miles further we pull over and find a 2.5 gallon H2O jug on the floor slpit open . The wood floor has raised a little around the carpet at the wood seams . Anyway to fix this?
We are home now, happened Saturday night, and have a heater in the coach on and in the basement to drive out the moisture we couldn't soak up.
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I had a similar problem with a water leak from outside top of furness housing. I sucked up with shop vac than used heater with blower on floor, placed board with heavy cement blocks over edge of floor until dry, lucky floor looks pretty good. Weight will squeeze out water an force floor flat. If the floor does buckle maybe you can use wood floor moulding that matches floor, to hide buckle. ---"007"
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Thanks, have the cement blocks on the floor now.
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