We recently purchased a 2011 Georgetown 337DS (33'), gasoline motorhome. The RV had slightly more than 11,400 miles on it. Overall condition is good. We're having some tweaks done to it to make it drive easier.
Around the facing of the "big slideout" on the driver's side there's a trim molding. We noted that below the refrigerator access panel, the trim molding is slightly bowed out. (See the annotated picture below.)
We ran our fingers in the space between the molding and the wall of the slideout. It felt like there was some type of adhesive used to attach the molding strip to the wall of the slideout. For whatever reason, the adhesive has lost contact with the wall of the slideout due to the outward bowing that has taken place.
The outward bowing is not great, but you can see it if you look across the bottom trim molding on the slideout. The slideout seems to work fine (going in/out).
Has anyone experienced this problem, or are you aware of the problem? What's the fix? We look forward to your comments.