Originally Posted by Paidfire
Okay so my TT was just broke into yesterday at the storage lot and my flat screen was one of the stolen items so disregard this message. NOW what is the best way to fix the pry bar marks along my door track beside the lock? I was thinking a body shop! The damage is done to my door not the camper.
Oh Gosh. So sorry for the pain.
Insurance going to cover anything? They usually want a roll in the repair shop decision.
No matter what, this deserves it's own thread under the general forum.
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I doubt any automotive body shop will have the know-how to repair an RV - let alone an RV door.
My Class A has a door that was pre-made, so parts are available from the maker/vendor. But I understand that some mfgt's make the doors in-house. Either way you should be able to get it repaired.
And on the bright side...this could be an opportunity to get A BIGGER TV!
Best of luck
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
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