Originally Posted by Smokin
The shower wall liner in my new 290 is separated from the wall at the bottom. How does the factory attach them? If feels like possibly two sided tape. I was going to use a dab of silicone but I thought that it might stick too good then. Any info is appreciated.
The shower wall in my Lacrosse 301RLS is "detached" from the "kitchen" wall from the base to about half way up. There's a large bump that you can press back against the wall and it "sticks" for a few seconds and then pops back (giving the impression of double-sided tape behind it). It was sticking out from the shower base about 1". I asked the dealer to check it out and they inserted one of those plastic rivets shown in Crusaders post above. This keeps the bottom of the shower wall in place but the rest of it stills bulges unacceptably. I wasn't too pleased with the rivet solution as there's now a potential leak area in the rivit hole.
I also noticed that the shower glass walls seem to move a lot during transit as they are only secured where the glass meets the trailer walls - they tend to flex at the "angle" joint near the door. I pointed this out to the dealer and he drilled through the door tread (and shower base) and added 2 screws. It stops the walls moving but again causes long term concerns for undetectable leaks.
When I take the trailer back to the dealer for the next round of warranty fixes, I'll be asking them to confirm what they are planning to do before I agree to it. There's already several items that I've decided just to fix myself as I think I'd spend more time (and do a better job?).