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Old 06-11-2016, 08:57 PM   #1
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Front panel warped

We have a 33' Flagstaff superlite trailer. We just noticed that the front outside panel beside the window is warping and bubbling. I have done some research on the net and they are saying it is delamantion. I can't see where there is anywhere it would be leaking but won't know for sure till it is repaired. Hopefully warranty will cover it. Anyone else seen this or heard about this problem.

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Old 06-11-2016, 09:48 PM   #2
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I have a rockwood 8325ss which is made by the same company and it developed a small bubble on the side at the bottom .
I contacted the dealer after the warranty was up for a mo. Or so and they said they contacted Forest River and they said they would fix it.
But I heard they would have to send it back to the factory and replace the whole side .
Since mine is so small and can't hardly see it I have decided to not worry about it.
It's been about 8 months and it hadn't got any worst .
I was also told it could take between 3 and 6 mo to get it back.
I love to camp to much to be without my trailer.
Yours seem to be a lot worst than mine is.
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