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Old 06-21-2014, 05:28 PM   #1
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Wood trim warped

The wood trim on the front of my fridg door has warped forward and cracked at the seam.. It all started in Arizona last February. it was much worse before we came home to damp Oregon, but its still cracked.. Any ideas... even replacing it with black trim??
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Old 06-21-2014, 07:53 PM   #2
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Take the measurements and go to Lowe's or Home Depot and have them cut a piece of plywood paneling to replace the panels that you have. They are real easy to replace and inexpensive this way. I had black trim on my Norcold main door and freezer that I replaced this way.

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A cabinet shop can fix it for you or if you are a do it yourselfer a little gorilla wood glue worked into the crack and a bar clamp or two could make it look new in no time.
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Yes ... an easy fix. And not expensive. The way a wall is assembled in a motorhome is pretty basic. Be careful not to damage any trim or 1X1" framing in your repair. You will want to [re]use those in your repair.

Try to match your coach's stain color and wood grain to the off-the-shelf options available at the Depot, etc. Once you get a good match you will be able to fix/repair/touch-up all kinds of nicks and dents!

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