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Old 12-03-2021, 03:24 PM   #1
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2008 Beaver Ceiling Sagging

We recently noticed that the vinyl ceiling panels are coming loose and starting to sag on one side of the coach. I loosened one of the AC vents to take a look at whats underneath and it doesn't look like there's anything much to anchor the ceiling to. Some styrofoam insulation and 1/8 inch sheet of wood was all I could see. Has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it?
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We recently noticed that the vinyl ceiling panels are coming loose and starting to sag on one side of the coach. I loosened one of the AC vents to take a look at whats underneath and it doesn't look like there's anything much to anchor the ceiling to. Some styrofoam insulation and 1/8 inch sheet of wood was all I could see. Has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it?
It appears you got zero responses to your post. Recommend you go to the Beaver ambassador Club (BAC) website. You will likely get responses there.
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There has to be some ceiling joists that the interior liner is glued to. If the liner has dropped, look to see if it's damp up there. Remove vents / speakers to feel above the liner to see. If it's wet, assess how bad the damage is. Fix the leak, likely pull the ceiling down, fix the damage, put fresh materials back, rebuild the liner. Lot o work...
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