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Leak damage repair A 7-12-06  
Right [passenger side] of 15' Komfort travel trailer separted from body. Support rotted. How do I repaier?

I think I start by removing the paneling on the inside and then replace support. BUT, I do not have tools or expertise to any further than remocing the inner paneling. Where do I go to find help on this?
Re: Leak damage repair Les Jones 7-22-06  
Hello: I have a 1977 Dodge Clipper, the rear cealing panel has the most damage that I want to replace, but to do this I see I must remove the cuboard under it and the bath room wall section with the door, and the shower stall. when I was looking a round trying to figure this out I notice that the wall panels next too the cealing panels are not like that of a house contuction were as the wall panel helps support the cealing panels on the edge, so I was wounding how to replace the wall panel with out disturbing the cealing towrds the front of the unit, the out side of this is all fiberglass,how are they fastend, and were to get the replacement panels and molding trim? thank you maby you mit have a picture of how to illistrate this job.
Re: Leak damage repair M. GLASS 8-21-06  
I HAVE A 1999 INFINITY MOTOR HOME I NEED THE PANEL TO GO UNDER THE WINDOW DEW TO LEAK AROUND WINDOW WHERE DO I GET THIS TO MATCH THE ORTHER INTHE ROOM?
Re: Leak damage repair Kenneth Laughinghouse 4-2-07  
Our camper is in a camp site,the was a storm that blew out the fridge fuse. We found it out last weekend. It had been at least six weeks since we had been there. It's near the beach so of course it had a small pakage of fish in the freezer. The freezer also needed to be defrosted.(HA) Well it did and it ran down into the fridge and out the bottom wetting the wood frame and part of the carpet.
We took the doors off and shelves and drawers out. We cleaned with ammonia,baking soda, and vinigar.We left bowls of ammonia and soda in bowls in and around the fridge.
I went back a few days later to clean again and wipe everything down with PURE vanilla flavoring. Went back to wipe it down 5 days later and put the doors back on and turn it back on,leaving ammonia and soda.
The smell is still there, not as bad but still there. Our next step is to take up the carpet.I'm wondering if the wood frame on the front needs to come off. I soaked it also in all the above.
Has any one out there had this same situation and what did you do?
Thanks, Flustered in NC
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