[DML] Re: Broken Louver- I almost cried
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[DML] Re: Broken Louver- I almost cried


I have encountered EXACTLY the same thing, I felt sick afterwards.  
I repaired it myself nearly flawlessly. The only visual cues of the 
repair are on the underside and you can't see them unless the louver 
is raised. If you live in or around Southern California I can repair 
them for you for a small fee. Certainly smaller than the cost of a 
new louver! 

Email me at:


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cupsdmc" <cupsdmc@...> wrote:
> I had a crack in my rear louver and I thought I had corrected it 
> some 2 part epoxy a few months ago.  Yesterday I went to close the 
> louver and I gently pushed down with both hands and "SNAP" the 
> thing broke completely in half and I stood there with half of the 
> louvers in my shaking hands.  Has anyone ever repaired this type 
> break?  I'm gonna try a body shop on Monday to see if they can fix 
> Please let me know if I am wasting my time on fixing it or should 
> just bite the bullet and buy a new one?  This would happen to me 
> weeks before leaving for the DCS.  Any words of wisdom would be 
> welcomed.
> Vin 11572

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