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Old 03-10-2011, 10:44 PM   #1
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Ceiling Sags

I have one ceiling panel in my '87 Holiday Rambler that sags. Not a lot but I know what it means so I am planning on doing some roof work and when that is done I would like to remove the ceiling panel and the offending material behind it, replace with new insulation (just the one panel) and put the panel back up. My question is how does the ceiling panels get held in place and how are they removed/installed?

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Generally you will find then either screwed or glued. Sometimes both. Take a good look and see if you find any screws, take them out and the panels should almost drop. Remember the roof is installed last in the assembly process. That means over the cabinets.
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When you say over the cabinets do you mean up to the cabinets? I assumed the ceiling is put up before the cabinets are hung.
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Generally you will find that the roof assembly is the last item installed. Cabinets are hung from the walls. So if you are going to do this you will first need to strip everything out
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