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Old 07-11-2011, 02:03 PM   #1
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Repaired exterior leak(yes, I'm sure it's fixed). Need advice on interior sagging. No visible stains, ceiling panel is softer than it should be but has obviously been soaked at some time. This one panel is bowed to about 1" in the center. Any repair suggestions? Have been toying with the idea of dry wall construction cement and boosting the ceiling until dry. I'm new at this RV living so, understandably, is my maintenance and repair exprience. Any help will be greatly apreciated.
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Repaired exterior leak(yes, I'm sure it's fixed). Need advice on interior sagging. No visible stains, ceiling panel is softer than it should be but has obviously been soaked at some time. This one panel is bowed to about 1" in the center. Any repair suggestions? Have been toying with the idea of dry wall construction cement and boosting the ceiling until dry. I'm new at this RV living so, understandably, is my maintenance and repair exprience. Any help will be greatly apreciated.
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The model and year plus a picture of the problem might help determine what can be done. For instance mine has a padded vinyl ceiling and if it sagged it could be one of the many supports that run across that may have broken.

So more details will help people determine what can be done to fix the problem.
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