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Old 08-29-2019, 02:29 PM   #1
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Trim molding falling off

The long piece of wood trim on our 2001 Adventure has come loose. Has anyone had this issue and can suggest a fix?
This pictures show the piece attached to the camper wall that the trim is attached to has come unglued.
So far if we are careful itís not a problem. But t sure it will be.
Any input will be appreciated.
Thanks,
Skipper Phil
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