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Hi John, most of my cabling is actually like this... but coincidentally, before I read your message, I bubble wrapped around 90% of the cabling anyway. Apart from the hydraulic cables, I reckon they will be ok...


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Hi Dave yes that will be fine couldnt see this detail before, i do now see that you have some rusty nuts etc if you have? it would be good to paint with wax-oil just on the metal this will stop any further rusting under the foam. John

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Great stuff Dave keep the photos and words coming, just what we need over the forums quiet period.  Smile

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So yesterday I carried on, making the most of the daylight as my plan is to not have any loose wires when I have any electricity switched on! Which means, no engine running, and saving the batteries and lights for when I really need them!
The planned strip out was of the corner sofa frame, remove the mdf wall panels and inspect the hull.
The sofa frame was a pain to remove. With many of the screw heads worn away, removing them was time consuming. Two I decided to just saw around! As I wasn't using that end of the frame again.
Once all off, things got interesting...


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Pic showing head waste collecting from the sink and also the flue for my Webasto heating and switch run along here.


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In the middle of removing the mdf, I popped my head to the hull and took this picture... as you can see there is a lot of water residue on this side of the hull, and one part collated in to a small pool about 3x 50p's in size- that seemed to trickle from the top. Now I had just been in a very heavy downpour, and it was only the occasional dribble that ran down, but not sure what to make of this. Could the spray foam seal any gaps and stop this once applied? Does the hull need to be bone dry for it to stick? Or would the foam stick anyway?


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