On our first summertime trip, we woke to find one of the ceiling trim strips where the panels are joined sagging, on further investigation we noticed that the entire ceiling panel in that area is also sagging down (like it just wasn't glued on correctly). The panel/strip involve runs along the area where the return vents for the air conditioner are.
Have an appt to get it looked at, anyone else have this issue?
Follow-up to above: dealer actually expanded up having to totally replace a section of the ceiling, then able to just repair/restapel the other strips involved. Hopefully this does the trick.
While that problem isn't very prevalent, it has occurred to some of us. In my case it was the trim strip which hadn't been attached too securely. The dealer repaired it under warranty and 3 years later it is still holding on.
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2012 Montana 3700RL Big Sky Package towed by a 2015 Ford F350 6.7L PSD 4WD CC LWB
Many folks have had to repair them. Liquid nails is also an option.
Dick, Joyce, Diego, Picatso and Gustav
2017 3720 RL, and 2013 HC 343RL
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