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The exit pipe (I dont what else to call it) for heat in the van is very close to the small cupboard and when we have the heating it has the effect of peeling the veneer? off.
There is another outlet from under the bed which is still inside the van but away from the van walls.
Question is can the outlet nearest the cupboard that outlet be shut off leaving one outlet.
:rolleyes: Mike
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Our veneer is peeling above the cooker, it's papery thin and cheap but only a thin strip so I think I can cover it with something when it gets bad, maybe stainless steel or aluminium.
Can you cover your problem similarly? Or maybe stick an elbow on the outlet?
 

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Can you post a photo of it? Some vents can be replaced by ones with adjustable vanes and can be rotated to direct the air in one direction.

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to stick the veneer back, use a hot iron insulated with brown paper. put sheet of brown paper over veneer then use hot iron to re-melt glue
 
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Outlets switched around should be no problem now but thanks for the replies
Mike
 

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