Originally Posted by AFChap
Not sure what the pictures are showing as they are not showing the same area ...one shows floor and one shows wall?? Whatever, if I understand correctly where the problem is, the wall came loose at the bottom. The walls are secured with the belt screws that are under the belt trim along each side of the coach. I can see mine when I open a basement compartment door, and can access most of them w/o removing the belt trim. I have found many of mine loose, and have re-installed them with Loctite. I check them periodically. Some owners have had the wall separate at the top due to over-tightened and/or broken screws. A proper fix requires someone who knows Winnnebago construction, and who knows what they are doing ...ie. a Winnebago factory trained/certified tech. Other brands are constructed differently ...at the very least you need have it examined by a competent Winnebago dealership.
I was trying to show the seperation from the floor and the wall, and then I took a picture of the slide where they bent the seal out. Sorry i thought it would have helped. I will take that strip off and see what it looks like. It is raining today, I will try Saturday.
The sad part is the dealer i bought it off of is a certified winnebago dealer. I think the issue I am having is it was a consignment unit, and felt they were not making enough on the deal. Very poor service after I signed the paperwork.
Do you know any recommended dealers in southeast PA, near 19547?