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  1. Thanks for the additional photos but mine is a single post with a flat plate that mounts under the overhang not to the back wall.
  2. Thanks for the reply and photos . My Mount is a single post that fastens on the left side under the overhang and was totally different from how yours was mounted. I now wonder how many different mounts they have used.
  3. I have a 2017 Oliver with the television in the corner. I'm talking to Oliver about having them relocate to the center with a fold up mount. Just wondering if anyone has had this done by Oliver and if they have any pictures they would share of the results. I'm especially interested in how the area of the original mount was covered up or addressed. Thanks in advance for your replies.
  4. For those of you looking for a cheap way to increase your usable counter space the following will cost about $10.00. Sam's Club is selling a half inch thick 15 X 20 cutting board for $9.00 . The width was perfect for my sink so I cut it to length and notched it for the faucet. I used a table saw and jig saw to make the cuts but you could use hand tools. I then used pieces of the cut off mounted with stainless screws on both sides and the bottom to help hold it in place. Total time of the project was less than an hour.
  5. I definitely have water around the light, the camper insulation is directing it down the wall. I figure I will fix what i'm sure is leaking and see if that fixes the problem or I have another leak. Thanks for the info.
  6. Thanks for the info. I'll check with Oliver to see if they have changed sealant . My leak is running down between the hulls to the window and dripping out under the inside window frame. Just out of curiosity how long did the job take to complete? Trying to figure out what kind of a time window i'll need to do this, it's rained almost every day for the last week. Thanks again.
  7. I have found a water leak in the rear upper storage compartment. The leak appears to be coming in around the box associated with the rear Oliver logo. From what I can see the logo is held in place with 3m sealant and I assume the internal box is also. I'm looking for advice on the best way to remove this plate without breaking it. My initial thoughts are to use a razor knife to cut it loose then scrape and reseal the area. Just wondering if anyone else has had to do this and any helpful hints or advice on the best way to proceed.
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