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Old 10-26-2013, 12:04 PM   #1
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Ceiling panels?

07 Allure ceiling panels, what holds them up? I have one that has settled down a little, when I push up on it, it feels and sounds like some kind of adhesive, are there no screws there? I would like to fix it if possible,anyone have this problem?
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Had that happen in our old TT. Seams were stapled and covered with trim strip but rest was glued. Did not really want to take the whole panel down to reglue it so I got some of those plastic rosettes with screws and used those every 2 ft. Panel was in the slideout so looked ok.
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Had that happen in our old TT. Seams were stapled and covered with trim strip but rest was glued. Did not really want to take the whole panel down to reglue it so I got some of those plastic rosettes with screws and used those every 2 ft. Panel was in the slideout so looked ok.
Thanks for that info, it looks like a steel beam above, kinda hard to get in there with the panel in place, may try your approach, mine are in the main ceiling. Thanks
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