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Old 07-05-2022, 04:30 AM   #1
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Lamination ?

Good day,

Walking around the coach a while back I noticed two spots (seams), both spots in darker paint colors had a white line about 24-30" long. It gets me that I never really noticed it. On closer inspection it appears to be the edge of a fiberglass piece of sheeting. Pressing on the sheet close to the exposed edges has a minute "give" to it. Maybe I am making more out of it, but is this just the start of potentially a much bigger de-lam issue with time. I've already ran fix scenarios through my head. One of those nagging things that you think about during every walk around which is hundreds of times.

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Old 07-05-2022, 08:58 AM   #2
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If water gets in there, it will delaminate the pannel, and you will have a bubble. Our RVs come with life engulfing maintenance requirements, looks like you are ready to jump in with both feet and hurry! Read the owners olly book, and it states thou shalt caulk and polish and kneel on bended knee and ..... till you can no longer! Check your windows, vents and seal em and the roof line and the.... you get the picture, oh don't forget the storage compartment doors just c.s they aint square!
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