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Old 05-04-2021, 11:11 AM   #1
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Wardrobe door mirrors sliding down

Over time the mirrors on the wardrobe doors are moving down and coming in contact with the bottom of the opening. This is creating a situation where the doors are very difficult to open and close. I have adjusted the rollers on the top trying to get the glass off the bottom. It appears to me the only real solution is to remove the doors, remove the mirrors, clean the old double sided tape off and reattach the mirrors. Any ideas as to what kind of adhesive to use to reattach the mirrors. Obviously weight and movement of the coach plus some heat calls for a very good industrial type adhesive.

I am looking for any input I can get to remedy this issue. I contacted Newmar about a year ago and received absolutely no help.

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated,

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Old 05-04-2021, 08:58 PM   #2
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Without seeing how they're designed and hung, I can only add what I did in the past. On my Monaco Diplomat, the doors did the same thing. The frames were basically coming loose. I had to remove the doors and then remove the frames and reattach them in the original position.

3M makes a double sided tape that comes with a liquid agent that cleans/preps the surface for a better connection....won't come apart. It's not an alcohol prep, it's a tube with a foam applicator tip that you wipe on the surface. I tried to find it on Amazon, but didn't see it. Maybe someone will remember the name.
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