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Old 08-21-2019, 06:06 PM   #1
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Slowly falling apart

I have a 2014 Palomini 142ck, and over the years it is slowly falling apart.
The front diamond plate at the bottom has separated from being screwed into the end of the wafer board floor. I fixed it by re-screwing it to an area with some real wood to it and then treated the area like a roof with a sealant.
Next, I had mice a couple times over the last 5 years and never could find out where they came from. I sealed every hole i could find when I crawled underneath the trailer. I finally found out it was under the toilet and shower when I saw a inch and a half mis-cut for the plumbing. No foam or anything used to seal it. I promptly sealed that too. Other trim items shaking loose from regular road travel. One thing for sure, you have to look at your rv every year and keep up with the decay in quality.

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Old 08-21-2019, 07:46 PM   #2
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You do.. I'll agree with that. It's always something.
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