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Old 06-23-2021, 06:51 AM   #1
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Door Vibration

Because of the design of the door, the upper portion of the door is not connected to a hinge, thus, allowing a lot of vibration while traveling. Does anyone have a remedy for this?
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Squeaky Door

I've had the squeaky door problem many times in the past. Sometimes a couple of well placed rubber or felt dots will do the trick. On our last coach I used some cork tape on the loose part of the door and that worked. The trick is to find what's making noise and find something that will keep it from moving underway. Good luck!
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Because of the design of the door, the upper portion of the door is not connected to a hinge, thus, allowing a lot of vibration while traveling. Does anyone have a remedy for this?
Thanks !!!

(2018 Discovery LXE)


Slightly bend top of door frame in is the way itís done.
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