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Posted: 10/31/21 10:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hello
I am new here and obviously clumsy with posting.
I thought I had sent a message but…….
Problem is an interior ladder in the garage that ruins my plans to a cozy space. The supporting well is rotten I am told by knowledgeable people (!!) that it cannot be removed. I am suspicious.

So here I am looking for really Knowing answers??

Thank you for hopefully good news!!


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Hard to understand what your asking. Seems like a translation issue.
Google rvnet photo posting and follow that link and put up a couple pics.
That said rotten wall = bad.
And I seriously doubt removing the ladder to any upper level bed will compromise the camper itself.
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To get really Knowing answers, you need to give really meaningful information. [emoticon] Like Make, Model, Year, and all pertinent information about your trailer. Or is it a motorhome? Very tough to offer advice with so little information provided.


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Ok to all advice. Will get pics and more info.
No translation problem. I understand you fine??

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There’s a translation problem. You aren’t quite speaking clear English.
Hence the ask for pics to clarify.

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