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20-01-2013 23:58
premiermotorhomes My post here https://www.motorhomefacts.com/ftopic...9.html#1360109 may help.

Regards
Chris
20-01-2013 23:37
Joanramsay1
Thank you

Thank you for such speedy replies. We will be in UK in March so hopefully can get it all sorted, what a joy that will be. Joan
20-01-2013 22:18
rocky58 This guy did a good job and he will come to your house

repaired with speedcoat repair system By Steve at Caratec 07528339548 based in sheffield.
20-01-2013 22:09
lev I can vouch for Bran Fibre. They fixed our disaster of a shower tray for a very competitive price.

I have no affiliation with the company, just pleased with the service

Ross
20-01-2013 22:07
trevorf Try these two companies below, not cheap but probably less than the cost of a new tray even if you can get one!


branfibre

walkdengroup



Trevor
20-01-2013 21:56
tony50 cannot help with cost but either in CC or c&cc magazine there is a company who adverties repair of shower trays .it may be worth a look.

Tony A.
20-01-2013 18:42
Joanramsay1
Broken shower tray

Hi,
First time on this site, so hope this is okay. The plastic/fibre glass? Shower tray and footwell in front of the washbasin in our Elnagh Joxy 16 is seriously damaged. Does anyone know if they can be replaced or at worst is it possible to remove all plastic floor and possibly bathroom walls as well and redo with something more substantial. How expensive is it likely to be? Will I need to save my pension?
Any help or information would be appreciated. It is cracking van, good quality but let down by this awful bathroom.
Many thanks
Joanramsay1

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