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Brireey1600
05-09-2016, 06:35 PM
I have a new 2016 Bighorn 3160. At the PDI I noticed a couple of bubbles in the vinyl flooring. I had the dealer make a note on this for warranty purpose which he did. I have recently noticed a couple of more bubbles in the floor. Has anyone experienced this on their new rigs. Not sure how to handle this regarding warranty. I would hate to see them cut out and patch the areas. Any advice would be helpfull

gasman
05-10-2016, 12:05 PM
I have seen many vinyl installers deal with this in residential applications. They use a hypodermic syringe filled with vinyl adhesive and inject the glue into the bubble, roll it out and weight it down overnight. It seemed to work well for them.

busted2341
05-10-2016, 04:34 PM
Not to panic you but I am talking from experience with both mine and several friends that had the same symptom. I would be more concerned about the cause at this point. I personally have not a bubbling issue unless water damge was the culprit. The first clue with floor water saturation is the raising of the vinyl in those points of swelling of the wood...Sorr I hope it is just not put down securely.....Then the syringe and glue workd well.

Brireey1600
05-10-2016, 04:45 PM
It does not seem to be a water problem. The bubbles are only about the size of a nickel. The vinyl seems a little soft at the bubbles. Almost like some sort of out gassing from the wood subfloor. The syringe method might work. Thanks for your replys I will give it a try