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Message posted by Alexflower29/7/2018 at 9:47am
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Hi I am new to the site and have accquired a 1994 swift challenger 490 se. It as a small amount of damp due to the awning rail coming away on the n/s top corner. I feel this is fixable myself however can I ask for advice on what materials? Mastic roll, trim etc and steps to remove and re install?

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Hi, I am new to the site and have just been given a 1995 compass reflection 360/2 caravan. There is some damp around the corner of the front window. The wood is rotten and coming away. I know there had been a leak round the window seal which I have been told has been repaired and I can see that the awning rail is coming away slightly at the front which could be another possible cause of the leak. I don’t know whether to look at getting it repaired professionally or whether to have a go myself. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Looking for help got a swift classic alouette 1996 caravan to day but the bottom where the door is its coming away at the bottom looking for some advice was looking at doing the repair over the winter but was not sure if it was just a case of replacing the wood  any help would be great 



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