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Old Yesterday, 12:23 PM   #31
KeystoneKal
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This year in the Midwest there has been massive flooding. IMO this unit may have been one of hundreds caught in the flooding. Itís great that you have the skills to repair extensive water damage. Did the signed buyers agreement say as is?
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Old Yesterday, 02:56 PM   #32
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You may not need it now but a dehumidifier will really draw the moisture out when in a small area like a trailer.

We bought a tt from a private owner a few years ago and discovered a soft spot in the floor when we got it home. The dehumidifier helped a lot, especially after removing the floor covering.
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