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Old 10-26-2015, 12:52 PM   #1
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Arctic Pack heater pads

Hello everyone:
Not sure if this is the right thread, so please feel free to redirect me!
We have a 2005 FR Lexington 255 DS. We bought it used a year ago and have been very happy with it (despite roof leaks, slide out issues, and etc. - but hey, that's camping!)
The MH came with an "arctic pack", which includes heating pads glued to the bottoms of the grey water and black water tanks.
These pads are now partially separating (hanging down) and I want to remove them completely and replace them. Problem is they were glued on by - what?? It seems to be some bitumastic material - it's solid black and brittle. I don't want to damage the tanks, but I want to get back to a smooth surface to apply new pads.
Any ideas out there?
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