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Old 05-28-2020, 09:55 AM   #1
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The moldings on my FW, 2018 28.5 located under the bedroom overhang cap and right in the curve are pulled out. They appear to be something that is removable for service or whatever. Although I can sort of force them back into the slots they sit in they don't stay there. Is this normal? Any way to get them to stay? They both do the same thing exactly the same way on both sides.
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Old 05-28-2020, 03:40 PM   #2
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That moldimg is to cover the screws holding the aluminum trim in place. Measure the width of the molding and you can order it online or purchase from an rv dealer. It comes in many colors and widths.
What has happened is it has shrunk with time and sun exposure.

Normally there are screws holding each end. End may be folded over to hide these screws

YMMV

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The moldings on my FW, 2018 28.5 located under the bedroom overhang cap and right in the curve are pulled out. They appear to be something that is removable for service or whatever. Although I can sort of force them back into the slots they sit in they don't stay there. Is this normal? Any way to get them to stay? They both do the same thing exactly the same way on both sides.
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I have the same model but a 2017. Mine did the same as yours. My unit was still under warranty so I had dealer fix it.
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That moldimg is to cover the screws holding the aluminum trim in place. Measure the width of the molding and you can order it online or purchase from an rv dealer. It comes in many colors and widths.
What has happened is it has shrunk with time and sun exposure.

Normally there are screws holding each end. End may be folded over to hide these screws

YMMV

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That moldimg is to cover the screws holding the aluminum trim in place. Measure the width of the molding and you can order it online or purchase from an rv dealer. It comes in many colors and widths.
What has happened is it has shrunk with time and sun exposure.

Normally there are screws holding each end. End may be folded over to hide these screws

YMMV

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Thanks, what exactly would it be called in order for me to research finding some replacement.
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From jr products its called premium vinyl insert

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