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Old 01-13-2019, 02:48 PM   #1
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water damage or just poor quality?

I have a 2018 KZ 331TH13. I noticed the wallpaper in the closet next to the bed (outside wall) is peeling. The way it's bubbling looks like water damage but there's no evidence of water on the paneling. Also, touching the back of the paper and the bare wall it feels like there was never any adhesive there.
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Old 01-13-2019, 02:56 PM   #2
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I agree that it looks more like an adhesive issue, but treat it like water damage until you're 100% sure. I would remove as much as possible so I could make a verification there is no moisture. If there is, than there is a leak to find.
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This is a duplicate posting, with me responding on one thread and you on another.
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This is a duplicate posting, with me responding on one thread and you on another.
I apologize for the duplicate post. It was unintentional.
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I realized that, just confusing. Maybe a moderator will merge them.
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have you lived in this in cool weather? It may also be caused by condensation.

I think you would see more damage if it was a water leak from the outside.
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have you lived in this in cool weather? It may also be caused by condensation.

I think you would see more damage if it was a water leak from the outside.
Condensation is an interesting idea. I live in north texas and there can be some huge temperature swings..
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moisture is easily trapped in a trailer... just 1 person exhaling overnight puts a lot of moisture in the air unless you have a vent fan on. This moisture in contact with outside cooler walls causes moisture in the air to condense.
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