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Old 03-21-2012, 08:39 PM   #1
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Angry weak shelf material beneath sink/cabinet in Flagstaff 26RLS 2011

We were camping in our Flagstaff 26RLS 2011 and discovered the flooring/shelf panel under the sink covering the entire cabinet storage area had caved in causing our items to turn over. Thankfully, we did not have extremely heavy items stored in this area but upon inspection the "shelf" is made of nothing much more substantial than cardboard. There is no bracing under the entire approx 4 x 4 area and the first drawer bracket is "bolted" into this cardboard. The drawer had been falling out every time we opened it or traveled down the road. Today we placed a piece of wood on top of the metal appliance beneath the shelf and screwed the shelf to it. We had to screw the drawer bracket into a smaller piece of wood placed under the shelf to stabilize the drawer. I hope this will last as there's no way another shelf/floor can be put in this area as it was placed there when the cabinets were installed. Please be watchful and only place extremely light articles on this storage panel!
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