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Old 08-26-2017, 01:56 PM   #11
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Thanks Frank, I went retrieve my camper this morning and had a chance to ask the "technician" some pointed questions about their diagnosis and proposed fix. Not sure where they find or how they train them, if at all. I was floored by the responses given and justification for the new roof! Have a great weekend, Mike
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Old 08-26-2017, 02:55 PM   #12
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Unfortunately it is in every vocation, folks get a job that they have had little or no training at and all of a sudden become experts. Just got an email this moring from a friend trying to build a summer cottage. He said every single trade he has hired has fallen short either on job performance or even showing up. So sad to watch it happen. Not how I was raised by my father, but things are changing I guess.
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Old 08-27-2017, 01:01 PM   #13
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Ceiling Panel Replacement

Has anyone replaced a bedroom ceiling panel?

Are parts available and from what resource? At a minimum, cabinets, lighting, speakers would need to come down to gain access. Any insights would be appreciated, thanks!

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Old 08-27-2017, 03:34 PM   #14
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what is causing the need to replace that panel? Stains or tears?
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Stains, we tried Folex but it remove the stain
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Stains, we tried Folex but it remove the stain
OK, so why the need to remove the headliner?
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Folex did not remove the stain, sorry. That would be the reason to change the panel.
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Ok what methods of cleaning have you done?
When I had the water stain from the leaking a/c seal I started with various spray can carpet cleaners. Then went with the Folex right out of the plastic spray bottle. Then went to the Bissell home type heated carpet cleaner using the upholstry attachement and only hot water. Then added the normal Bissell carpet cleaner and the Folex to the tank. That did the trick. The dark ugly black/grey water stain is gone. I'd say 95% so much so you have to really look to see any slight discoloration. Everyone said don't use the carpet cleaner on the ceiling? but that is what worked for me. If your ceiling panel is bad enough that you feel it needs to be replaced why not at least try the carpet cleaner? I would have rented one from Lowe's but I owned the Bissell.
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