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Cmsosnowski

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Posted: 07/15/20 08:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yes, I don’t see why not. I opened up the bottom of the trailer yesterday, there is a black plastic layer between the OSB and the frame. Water poured out on the side I knew was bad and Had already torn some of the floor out. I went around the whole perimeter and the trailer is wet, rotten, and moldy on both sides of the underneath of the floor up into the corners of the front of the trailer. Nothing along the drop down door. The left side of the trailer has the cabinet the refrigerator is in and in the bottom portion is the gas furnace and the electrical for the trailer. Attached to that cabinet is the bathroom. And to the right of the bathroom (along the front of the trailer) are the kitchen cabinets. The right side of the trailer has nothing on it except for the sofa attached to the wall and the electric lift bed that is bolted to both sides of the trailer. No matter how I replace the floor, in one piece or. Sections, I have to remove all the cabinets and the bathroom. Sigh....today I will plan how I am going to begin taking it apart.

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I don't have a suggestion on the actual work, but at least I can fix the pictures. I think new users are not able to post pictures for a certain amount of time. To display your pictures I used the photo posting button at the top of the posting screen and then pasted the address from you post. Then I set the height to 400. If you edit click the quote button on this post you can see what the results should look like. I also always use the preview button (Looks like a magnifying glass over a piece of paper) to see if the pictures will display before I post.

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Posted: 07/15/20 07:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

you might consider advantech for the floor. wouldn't help with what you have now, but will be more water resistant if something happens in the future.


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Posted: 07/17/20 09:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You haven't found the source of the leak?


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