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Old 05-04-2010, 05:45 PM   #1
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Wall Paper Bubbling in 05 36G

I've got some bubbles appearing in the wall paper in the shower area. Any idea where to go to get replacement factory appearing paper?
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Old 05-04-2010, 06:26 PM   #2
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That sounds like moisture behind the interior wall causing the separation. Usually the "wallpaper"(really not) is glued to the interior wall paneling and doesn't come loose unless moisture softens the adhesive. I suspect a water leak is the root cause of your problem. Once water gets inside the wall it does not dry out unless the paneling is removed- and everything may the be dried out.
If the leak source is not sealed the problem will continue to worsen.
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Since you are out of warranty, you will need to track down the problem. My first suspicion would be there is moisture behind the paper. Is there any smell of dampness in the coach? It may just be some bad paper coming off the wall.

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The coach manufacturer is your only source for that "wallpaper" (actually its a covered wall board of some type) and they probably don't have it anymore unless it is still used in current production. They might be able to give you the name of their supplier, though. However, they buy from a distributor in job lots.
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