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Old 07-02-2012, 11:14 AM   #1
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A repair to the tank area of our V-Lite

In the nose of the V-Lite where the propane tanks are, there is a cover on the back wall made of the same material the belly cover is. I was looking at it and saw it was bulged out and wide open for water etc to hit the wood wall but there is a rubber gasket that would seal it if properly attached so I too a 3/4" wide aluninum strip and drilled it and screwed it down the entire length to pull the panel in and reseal the nose area.
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