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Old 08-01-2019, 02:06 AM   #15
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Final report for now

So, I got the RV back from the dealer and they had sealed the entire rest of the RV other than the roof radius and caps which I did. It all appears to be great so I guess now we'll see if it leaks.
In reference to the hood latches, they re-epoxied the one which fell off and put epoxy around the edges of the one that didn't, in hopes that it won't fall off. I guess we'll all wait and see if and for how long it holds.
The final piece of the problem, the grill supports which have also come completely loose, I will re-glue with the 3M 5200 (?) as I already have a new tube of it. If it doesn't work, I'll report back.
I've included a pic of the hood latch they repaired. Sorry for the orientation - it should be vertical but you can still get the gist of the repair.

If you have any questions, let me know.
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