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Old 07-31-2020, 05:32 PM   #21
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On my Hummingbird the shower pan supports were about 1/4 inch short. I used shims and gorilla glue to harden it. I used a scissor jack to lift it a tad then pushed the shims in tight.
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Old 08-01-2020, 10:46 AM   #22
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You lost me on that. The edge of mine was on the other side? I don't understand.

I made a cardboard template of the missing plywood, then cut a new piece, and glued it in, before adding 3 more supports.
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Old 08-01-2020, 02:49 PM   #23
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Looks good!! I bet it wasn't much fun trying work through the small access hole, was it? Plus, kneeing down and trying to reach in...

That's why I just cut a bigger hole and made a new cover plate.
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What did you use for your cover plate?
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Old 08-01-2020, 04:56 PM   #25
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1/8" luan plywood, the same stuff the original was made of. Like I mentioned above, I contacted Jayco, explained to them what I had to fix and emailed pictures, thinking they would be nice and send me a section of the wall covering material for having to deal with and fix THEIR issues.

They just blew me off, and told me to contact my dealer (who been useless, so far). That's Jayco customer service...
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LOL - yes, I have had similar experiences with Jayco Customer No-Service.
Love all your posts by the way, lots of great info and tips! Thank you!
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Looks good!! I bet it wasn't much fun trying work through the small access hole, was it? Plus, kneeing down and trying to reach in...

That's why I just cut a bigger hole and made a new cover plate.
I laid on my stomach and worked that way, haha tight spot, but I knew if I cut a bigger hole it would look like crap as I am not a carpenter. so the landscape supports are not the best but, I won't step on the drain anymore.
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