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Old 06-10-2009, 04:03 AM   #1
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I have a cosmetic issue. Some of the ceiling panel edges, located under the joint strips, have separated (the paper/fabric from the board). It looks like it just needs to be re-glued but the joint strips don't appear to be removed easily. The separation looks like it started beneath the joint strips.



Anyone experience this situation & found a repair? It's not caused from a leak nor anything structural, but my wife doesn't like the looks of it. Thanx.
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I was thinking you might try a hair dryer set to warm to loosen the glue, but then that might also loosen the glue on the panels you are trying to fix. Call you dealer and talk to the service folks. Good luck and keep us informed.
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Can you post some pictures?
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Here are a couple pics of the situation:











Any ideas would be appreciated.
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OK that is the vinal put on the panel. First ry to push it under with a putty knife. If that dosen'r work then remobe the strip inbetween the panels and try to re-gluse the vynal and put the strip back. This happens because of twisting while moving and the vynal seperator rubs it and bunches it.
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I do vinyl and leather repair for the automotive industry and I would suggest fabic-tac from walmart in the fabric section. Use sparingly and be careful not to make a mess. I would remove the strip.
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