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Looks like you will need to pretty much take the overhead back to good wood. There are some post in the Vintage section where other have had the same problem.
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I had the same problem on my 82 Winnie. I removed the rotten paneling and replaced it with new stuff. Its not to hard of a job. Just time consuming taking all the cabinets out to get to the paneling. I would suggest fixing the water leak that caused the problem first, so it doesn't happen again.
1982 Winnebago Brave 22' ft
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