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Old 11-02-2011, 09:22 PM   #1
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Cabinet trim

I have a Wildwood 408 Loft. I noticed that there is some trim missing along the bottom of the upper kitchen cabinetry. I contacted the dealer about this and was told that the models on their lot are the same way...which to them means this is the way it's meant to be.

I'm not believing that.

The actual cabinets are trimmed out on the bottom but the pieces that are inserted to fill the gap between the cabinets and used to attach the cabinets to the walls are missing the bottom trim. It's left rough looking on the bottom which is completely visible from sitting on the couch. Anyone else have this? Does anyone know how to get some matching trim to finish off the pieces that are missing it?

And I'm also wondering if anyone can provide me with some warranty contact information to get in touch with Forest River. My dealer is indicating that we're out of their service area now that the sale is complete.

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Old 11-03-2011, 05:26 AM   #2
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can you take a pic and post it? Are the trim pieces wood finish or painted/wall papered? You might find some comparable trim at Big Box Stores. I would use 1/4 round or the very small "crown moulding" pieces. Brad nail them, or use Liquid Nails. Even the heavy duty cushiony double sided tape holds well.
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