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Old 11-04-2012, 10:54 AM   #1
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Falling mirrors

Anybody had a problem with the mirror falling off of the wall? I have a 2312 Stealth with about 800 miles on it and the mirror fell off the wall and struck the floor, gouging a hole in the floor covering. The mirror was held on with some glue that did not adhere to the back of the mirror. Anybody hear about this happening? I am looking for someone who has run into this and already has a solution. This was really a poor design. By the way, it fell off when my trailer was sitting in the driveway. Just another poor design or execution by FR. Still love the trailer but the items I have had to fix continue to add up.

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Old 11-05-2012, 09:53 PM   #2
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My Shockwave 23FS (same basic model as your's) has a medicine cabinet instead of just the mirror hanging on the wall (one of the reasons I went with that model). I have seen the manufacturer use plain Silicone to attach items that should actually be mounted with a true adhesive. If it were my trailer, I would go to Home Depot and get a tube of Lock-Tite construction adhesive and that mirror will never come off again.
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