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Old 09-12-2016, 03:24 PM   #1
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Broken mirror on door

Well I managed to break the mirror that is on the door to the cabinet. This part of the door and and the door is part of a pair that measure 33" x 12". It broke when I tried lightly pushing the bowed out mirror back in to place ( looks like its held in with hot glue). I tried looking at Trekwood for it but they didn't have one listed for the Coleman 16FSB. Anyone know where I can get the lightweight mirror or the complete door?
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:59 PM   #2
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Crashogre,
We broke one before, not the same RV, but it was quick and fast, took it to a glass shop, was done in an hour.....less then $100
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Local glass shop would be my suggestion.

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Crashogre,
We broke one before, not the same RV, but it was quick and fast, took it to a glass shop, was done in an hour.....less then $100
I love folks that think of the house part of the camper, then find the house parts market for the fix.

I replaced the vanity mirror in our old Airstream, I can't remember what Mr. Airstream wanted. I Think I fainted when I heard the hundred behind the number.

Took it to the local glass shop, dropped it off, went shopping, picked it up on the way home, installed, in a few hours. Instead of months to get one shipped.

Just make sure you tell them it's for a camper, it has to be the mirror designed for vehicle use. It needs to have the vinyl backing, so it won't shatter into spears. I cn't remember the differance in price, but it's not alot.
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