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A sagging roof points to structural problems. I don't know of any way to repair without removing either the roof or the interior ceiling to get a handle on finding out what failed. Can you post some photos?
Bob & Donna
'98 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager DP being pushed by a '00 Beetle TDI
I'll post some tomorrow. This motor home is a pile of Bigfoot Scat. I pulled a piece of paneling off the bathroom wall. Found screws loaded in the frame work but not screwed in. Apparently they installed the shower B4 getting to the screws and figured they weren't important. I then pulled the cover off to the heater and found the same Bigfoot Scat there as well. Not to mention all the saw dust and crap during assembly that hit the floor. My list goes on for miles but I would like to take care of the sagging first. My tip out has a major sag in it and when slid out the supports in the floor lift up in the center of the coach. When parked on UN-level ground we can't get out the entry door it's so bound up. I could see if it had hundreds of thousands of miles on it and we ran it in the Baha 1000 but there is only 16k on it and Bigfoot doesn't build these anymore.