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Old 03-09-2019, 12:11 PM   #1
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Tip out hamper liner

Hi folks--we have a 2006 Sea Breeze 8341 LX with the tipout hamper in the bedroom. The plastic liner of the hamper is cracked away from the screws holding it in and I'm wondering if any of you have replaced it, and with what if you have--just looking for ideas! If the plastic liner is available somewhere (is that a standard MH part or specific to National?) I'm also wondering if there are other options--I've seen wire liners for similar hampers in stick built houses--not sure if they would work in the mh or not. Thanks!
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We've always used a net bag hamper and fastened it to the tip out or slide out compartment (we've had both) with small "L" shaped cup hooks. Hold good, easy to pull the bag out.
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Our tip out hamper has a net bag attached with velcro. Sometimes we pull the whole bag out and bring it to the laundry, sometimes we just reach in and transfer dirty clothes to a tote basket.

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Old 03-09-2019, 12:51 PM   #4
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ok interesting--we use a net bag inside the liner thing and do the same thing (pull it out or transfer the clothes to a tote) but the liner thing is broken so now I'm wondering if we could just install a velcro strip and just keep using our net bag. Ours is constructed with the wooden cabinet being a "front" piece on hinges and the plastic liner provides the sides to the cabinet, so that's why I'm thinking we need a liner or frame of some sort to keep the laundry from escaping into the unknown inside the cabinets somewhere (I'm sure we could find it, but digging it out might be hard). Anyway, the velcro seems like a good possibility! Thank you so much--if anyone else has other ideas I'm definitely open to them!
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I built one to replace the plastic liner used plywood and 1 inch quarter round. Works perfect looks great.
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Too bad many of these have cracked, as our's did as well. To prevent it from getting worse, I added more wood screws with washers holding it to the back of the door and at least it hasn't had more cracks appear.
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Old 03-10-2019, 10:30 PM   #7
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Mine also broke like yours, had to get that last pair of jeans into it. I just fiberglassed the flange all the way around, and reinstalled it. Works fine.
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Thanks again all--we went with the washer trick and it's good for now, but I don't anticipate it lasting forever (those darn jeans) so the other solutions are all good too!
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I had this same problem on our Tradewinds 375. I went to Home Depot, bought a piece of 1/4 thick wooden trim (about 1/2"). I drilled new holes thru the new piece of week and the plastic lip of the laundry hamper. Once done, I put the new screws threw both the new wood and hamper plastic. As the screws bit down into the door of the hamper, it sandwiched the plastic hamper, holding it in place.

Every once in a while I have to re-tighten those screws, but it works great for us. It's been that way now for 2 years.

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I have a 2006 Seabreeze we removed the tilt hamper rehinged door to open from side . Still have the plastic hamper part let me know if wanted.
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Hamper Repair

I bought aluminum angle, 1/4 X 1/2 inch.Ran the angle along the plastic edge and secured it to the plastic hamper with pop rivets from the inside to prevent snags and screwed it to the door on the long edge. No way will it come loose.
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