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Old 08-29-2015, 07:26 AM   #1
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Refrigerator Panel

Has anyone ever had the decorative panel on the front of the refrigerator dislodge and slide down? when I got home from my last trip I checked to see what had gotten shuffled around....lots of bad roads around here, and I was amazed to see the front panel had slid down. It's on a track so I was able to push it back up in place but won't stay. I then found what seems to be a plastic track clip that must go along the bottom to hold it in place...found the clip in the bathroom on the floor. Question is...since it doesn't seem to want to stay in place on it's own, would it be safe to put a couple of screws through it into the refrigerator to hold it or should I just use some Gorilla glue?

Thanks for any suggestions. Would be interested to see if anyone else had this problems. TT is a MicroLite.

Ford F-150 4X4
2015 Flagstaff Micro Lite FRBS
2013 Flagstaff "A" Frame - Traded Up.
Camping Days 2013 - 24
Camping Days 2014 - 21
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Old 08-31-2015, 09:33 AM   #2
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Might try double sided tape. Used to hold trim on auto and many other things.

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