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Old 06-30-2019, 08:12 PM   #1
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Hello! First time poster and brand new RV owner. I have two very naughty dogs who I left in my RV for four hours and when I came home they had opened and cleared out the freezer, opened and damaged the bedroom sliding door and opened the trash cabinet. In the middle of all of the trash and such I found these pieces and I have no idea where they came from??? Could someone please help me? Iím also guessing there isnít anything I can do to fix the wood damage on the door?

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Old 06-30-2019, 08:38 PM   #2
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If you have a sliding waste basket tray they might be from that.
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Old 06-30-2019, 08:55 PM   #3
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Thank you for the quick response, no slide out trash can on board. I feel like it has to be from the door or the freezer but canít find any areas where it would go and they are both opening and closing normally.
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:06 PM   #4
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You don't have an automatic ice maker, do you?
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:09 PM   #5
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Looks like the gears that are part of an ice maker. You didn't happen to find a plastic cover, possibly about 4 to 6 inches square that would cover up those gears, did you?
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:10 PM   #6
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Is that black rod part of the puzzle?
If so, check all your window blinds/shades.
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I'd think they are part of the track of your sliding door.
Many of them don't actually slide but roll on wheels or gears.
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:20 PM   #8
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Thank you guys I think Iíve figured it out!! It looks like it goes behind the freezer drawers on the bottom to help guide the door in and out!! Thank you so much for the helpful suggestions-now I just have to figure out how the heck to get it back in??
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Hello! First time poster and brand new RV owner. I have two very naughty dogs who I left in my RV for four hours and when I came home they had opened and cleared out the freezer, opened and damaged the bedroom sliding door and opened the trash cabinet. In the middle of all of the trash and such I found these pieces and I have no idea where they came from??? Could someone please help me? Iím also guessing there isnít anything I can do to fix the wood damage on the door?

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I feel you dismay. I had two dogs and a houseful of damage. Sisters from same litter, Got mad at both of them many times. Eventually set up a video camera to see them in action.

Discovered one dog was responsible for all the mess in the videos I saw. The other was mostly lounging on the bed.
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If they were my my dogs, I know they would never be invited again. My wife would have other, more permanent, directives
But, we are from a farm, so don't have to travel with pets.
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My dogs are also litter mates! I know itís my girl and not my boy though, I could tell because she was bloated from everything she devoured from the freezer but he was normally and somehow stuck in the bedroom! Ugh Iím trying to devise ways to deter her naughty ways! Wish me luck!
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My dogs are also litter mates! I know itís my girl and not my boy though, I could tell because she was bloated from everything she devoured from the freezer but he was normally and somehow stuck in the bedroom! Ugh Iím trying to devise ways to deter her naughty ways! Wish me luck!
What about putting them into a crate when you go out so they can't get into anything.
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What about putting them into a crate when you go out so they can't get into anything.
Crates can work but much easier to start using when they are young. Also free roaming dogs are a better deterrent against burglars.
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Crates can work but much easier to start using when they are young. Also free roaming dogs are a better deterrent against burglars.
At this rate, there will be nothing left that is worthwhile to steal, unless the thief is looking for dogs!!
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